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Thread: Magnetic Pin Cushions

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    Super Member JJean's Avatar
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    Make little pin cushions; glue magnet to a bottom of a plate:

    http://luannkessi.blogspot.com/

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    That's great. I like that idea and will close shop here and look for a small flatter side bowl.
    THANKS!

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    Thanks for sharing this brilliant idea.

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    Super Member JJean's Avatar
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    I bought magnets today. I think a plate will be quicker and easier to use than a pincushion.

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    WOW, what a great idea, thank you for the info

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    I am tickled that so many Quilting Board members have been inspired by my Magnetic Pincushion Tutorial. They were great fun to make, and even more fun to give away to my quilting pals.
    Make lots......your quilting friends will LOVE you for it.
    My Best To You,
    LuAnn in Oregon
    http://luannkessi.blogspot.com/

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    What a cool idea! Thanks for sharing.

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    thanks!

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    I love this idea. It would be a great project for kids to make. Thanks for posting the link!

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    Just be careful not to get anything magnetic to close to your computerized sewing machine or you can end up with a real mess on your hands! I love my maqgnetic pin cushion but I'm always careful that it keeps it's distance from my Bernina - they just don't get along! LOL!!

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