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Thread: Tiny Pincushion! Bottlecap size.

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    Tiny Pincushion! Bottlecap size.

    Tiny things appeal to me a lot. I have been saving bottle caps off of pop bottles or any size that has a flat bottom. Finally, I made one. Then, I decided to bead it with size 11 seed beads (a new passion of mine also). Now, I have six bottlecaps in various stages of making more. I am including the website that I used to figure out how to put them together. http://www.flickr.com/photos/verybig...ith/123893378/
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    Soooo cute!!

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    Cute. I took some to our charity quilting group at church this morning. I made mine with elastic under the bottle cap so it makes a ring you can wear while you sew or pin. I find I prefer the milk bottle cap size.

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    That is so cute and fun!
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    Looks like a fun thing to make. You have a lot of patience to make something so small.

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    just plain adorable!

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    Those are so cute and must be quick to finish. Thanks for sharing. Sue

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    I just love it. I saved it to try at another time

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    Very cute! I have one similar but you put 2 holes in the cap for a piece of elastic before stuffing. (You knot the elastic inside the cap.) You can wear it after your done as a ring or bracelet depending on the length of elastic.

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