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Thread: "Framed" pincushion

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    "Framed" pincushion

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    ​Very cute and if you used a wooden frame you could drill a 1/4 inch hole for a piece of dowel. It would be handy for keeping a stack of bobbins on or a spool of thread.

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    Both good ideas.
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    Love it! Thanks for the link.
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    very cute. and great idea on putting a wooden dowel. i have to make a few of these. they are soooo cute..

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    a very cute idea, indeed. now that most of my pics are in a digital frame, i have extra little ones to do that with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    ​Very cute and if you used a wooden frame you could drill a 1/4 inch hole for a piece of dowel. It would be handy for keeping a stack of bobbins on or a spool of thread.
    Love these. My thought was to add a hanger & store it by hanging it on the wall when not in use.

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    How cute. I think I'd glue a piece of felt on the bottom (back?) to cover those metal tabs so they couldn't scratch my table.

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    I just want to know how they come up with these ideas. LOL I would never think of them in a million years. Great ideas!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pam S View Post
    How cute. I think I'd glue a piece of felt on the bottom (back?) to cover those metal tabs so they couldn't scratch my table.
    Great pin cushion idea! Think I would Velcro the felt on so that the fabric and batting could be changed out if desired.
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