As a quilter, I don't typically use a lot of pins. My pins of choice are the flat flower head pins. They are extremely thin and very sharp. Especially when you prick your finger or your boob.
|Not surprisingly, Pat's pincushion looks like mine.|
|Cordula's pincushion is felted wool. She bought it at a craft fair in Germany.|
|Sally's pincushion, also boiled wool, sits on a wooden base. |
It was a gift from her kids. Sewing gifts are the best!
|Here is Kim G. with her magnetic pincushion. |
She is showing us her best pin-up girl face!
|Karen uses a mini Whitman sampler tin. Makes me wish for chocolate.|
|Kim P.'s Valentine tin has Elvis on the cover. My friend |
Toni would want this one. She loves Elvis Presley.
My heart belongs to Elvis, my black pug.
|Joannie and Sue show off their Hawaiian pincushions that I brought |
back from my honeymoon. Sadly, I think the pincushions were made in China.
|Marion's pincushion was hand made by Jean, another Brown Bagger. |
Jean made one for each of us as a thank you for her birthday quilt, many years ago.
|This is not a pincushion, but Cordula wanted me to share this adorable needle |
book that was hand made for her by a friend in Germany. Isn't it cute?
|Here is Kate with her special pincushion as seen on her laptop. It is |
a cupcake. It was a gift from Karen, who is behind her in the photo.
This cupcake pincushion is also a favorite of Kate's granddaughter
Penelope when she comes to sew with Nana.
Thanks for visiting.
Pugs and kisses,