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Thread: Finger pin cushions

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    Super Member Kitsie's Avatar
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    These are a great idea for making a few dollars!:

    http://www.benartex.com/uploads/Imag...s/FingerPC.pdf

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    Thanks for the link

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    Thanks, I have a couple that were given to me and now I can make them!!!!

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    Thanks

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    These are wonderful! I got some at the AQS show in Paducah a few years ago and use them a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luv-e
    Thanks, I have a couple that were given to me and now I can make them!!!!
    I was given one, too and thought it was a joke! Then I found how handy they are! Need to make elastic smaller for skinny fingers so I made my little "stick on machine" one.

    These would be great for a group to make, too!

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    aren't these just the cats meow... So very cute. Thank you for sharing. :)

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    Cute idea :D:D:D

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    thanks!

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    Cute! You could make up several dozen and then add them in with swap packages for a little something extra.

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    When I read the title, I thought you might have a joke for us but these are cute! Thanks Kit for the wonderful scraps! I'm looking for some awesome batiks to send your way!

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    Thanks for the link, these look really neat!

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    thanks gonna try these for an wextra inthe next swap

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    Those are adorable. I think one would be perfect when doing hand applique.

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    They'd make nice little gifts to have on hand.


    What did you use to drill the holes in the bottles caps?

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    cut idea!

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    kiysie,
    Thanks so much for this pattern. I love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE
    They'd make nice little gifts to have on hand.


    What did you use to drill the holes in the bottles caps?
    Me? I didn't make them! I'd say maybe use DH's drill with a small bit? If the top is plastic (?) heat a small kinitting needle or the like (wearing oven mitts!) and burn a hole through.

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    Thanks my residents will love this. I'm thinking they will look like jewelry with metal buttons stitched in the center top.

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