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Thread: Fun with chicken pin cushions

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    Fun with chicken pin cushions

    I finally got around to making some of the fun chicken pin cushions from the tutorial on this board. Thank you to you nice people who showed us how. Here is my few days efforts. I plan to send them to quilting friends in different states for their belated birthday presents. I just love them. I stuff them with polyester fiberfill with a small bit of steel wool in center. Everyone needs a funky pin cushion!
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    These are just great! I'm so into pincushions right now. I'll have to look for this tutorial. Your friends are very lucky!

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    those are so adorable!
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    They're so cute!

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    They are the cutest ever!!! A chick chick here and a chick chick there...here a chick, there a chick everywhere a chick chick

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    Very cute. Nice job.
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    they are very cute.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Those are fantastic! Great idea to share them with others. Thanks for the inspiration .....
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    Awe...Too darn cute they are!

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    Those are cute. You did a great job on them. They are perfect gifts.
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    where on the board did you find the tutorial for those , they're to darn cute , gotta have one , thanks

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    I was gonna ask the same thing.. where did you find the tutorial for them?
    What fun this could be to make for friends!

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    very cute indeed. i still use one a fellow quilter sent me.

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    hi

    Nice.... we made about 1000 for a quilt show give away....

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    Here is the link for the pattern.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...n-t143250.html
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    They're so cute!
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    You did a great job. They are so cute. I'm sure they will be greatly appreciated and loved. It's so nice of you to think of so many others.
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    How cute are they. Well done

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    Just adorable, great job and thank you for sharing.
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    Cute little chickens
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    Very cute! Gonna have to try these!
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    So cute. I just got the pattern for them too.

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    Very cute brood of hens you have there! There will be very happy quilters with their gifts! Great job!!

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    They are too cute and useful too.
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    Oh yours are cute! I made one for a guild challenge following the directions we were given. Let's just say it's too ugly to photograph! I'll have to check out the tuts here.

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