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Thread: Selvage or Funky Chicken Pincushion

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    Senior Member pippi65's Avatar
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    Thanks for the great tute. I've always wanted to make one of these. I really like the selvage idea.
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    these would make good give aways

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    Nice tutorial because its a very useful for us.

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    cool.............................................. ...........
    Just passing through!

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    LOVE the chicken! Our local quilt shop has a pincushion club once a month. Our first pincushion was a chicken,just not so funky. We will have to do this one too, THANKS!

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    Those are so darn cute!
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    Thanks for the tutorial ... can't wait to make 1 ... just worried about the fact that they seem to multiply =)

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    Love your chickens, thanks so much for taking the time to give us such wonderful directions. I have two chicken topped fabric catchers bought a quilt shows, now I can make a few of my own. Thanks again for sharing.
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    I do not know if I ever said thank you for the directions either so am saying that now. These were so fun to make and I showed all the members at our guild retreat last year. Everyone loved them!
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    Thanks so much for doing this great tutorial! Now I can make one of my own... LOL.
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    Those are so cute

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    How Cute! The fun fur for the comb is a great idea!

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    Very cute!

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    These are soooo cute..I also tank you for the tut..also, I enjoyed all the followup by Board members on their "own" style chickens..gotta make some.. will make cute Bunco table gifts..

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    Just found your tute from the thread on selvages today. Love your chicks - thanks so much for the tute!

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    Thank you for the tute. That is so cute.

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    Here's my first Funky Chicken Pincushion. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.
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    Very cute chicken!
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    Great job Beauty!
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    What a cutie!!!!
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    Cute chick!!
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    Lovely chicken!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beautyreddragon View Post
    Here's my first Funky Chicken Pincushion. Thanks for sharing the tutorial.
    Well done! How cute, love the piecing! And the eyes
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    Well I've admired these little pincushion for some time. Our local quilt shop has a handout with simple instructions (supposedly simple :0) However, for me I needed YOUR tutorial with step-by-step instructions WITH the pictures. Easy Peasy, so this post is a BIG THANK-YOU from me to you, as someone who is definitely a visual learner.

    I see that the last post was in July and this tutorial is from a few years ago, so your tutorial lives on, so the thanks are still in order!!!

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    I just found it today. I'm going to make me one of these. I have some little round tins which I am going to try to stuff mine in so it won't move around on it's own.

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