Free strawberry pincushion pattern

Looking for a fun and easy DIY project? Check out this free strawberry pincushion pattern and create your own adorable pincushion. Get inspired and start sewing today!
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Heirloom Tomato Pincushions

These sewing-box staples are just as sweet as a garden-grown tomatoes, and you don't have to wait until summer to enjoy them. For pincushions with symmetrical shapes, begin at step 1; start at step 3 for cushions with the uneven contours common in heirloom varieties.

Laura Beining-Tollander
Down Grapevine Lane: Strawberry Pincushions in 'Summer Blush' Couture, Patchwork, Strawberry Pin Cushion, Fabric Strawberries, Strawberry Pincushion, Strawberry Crafts, Strawberry Fabric, Summer Blush, Map Quilt

Strawberry Pincushions in 'Summer Blush'

We're literally counting down the days before my new collection Summer Blush starts shipping to stores - and I couldn't be any more excited! The last few days I've been busy making two new quilts featuring this collection (which I can't yet share) and using the precious scraps to make strawberry pincushions (which I can!). I used my free strawberry pincushion tutorial to make these sweeties - I thought strawberries would be a lovely fit with these fabrics given that summer fruit (peaches…

Tracy Holt
Couture, Tela, Felt Strawberry, Scissor Fobs, Cross Stitch Necklace, Fabric Stiffener, Halloween Pillow, Mill Hill Beads, Scissor Fob

Felt strawberry tutorial and hand made cord.

A felt strawberry tutorial...... I actually put this felt strawberry tutorial together a couple of years ago but I forgot to post it on here, it also includes a section showing how to make hand made cord. The beads are slightly different to the top photo, I used Mill Hill beads in this tutorial and gold headed pins for the picture at the top, I cut the pins a couple of millimetres near the top and glued them on. If you use fabric for the leaves you will need to back the fabric using…

Judy Ketron