Rainbow Pincushion Project

I started this Rainbow pincushion after receiving the pieces and parts as part of the Happy Box from Sew Hungry Hippie. The Happy Box is a subscription box, but not a fabric and projects subscription box exclusively. I received my first one towards the beginning of the month and really enjoyed the contents. One of … Continue reading “Rainbow Pincushion Project”

Maureen’s Pincushion

In order to add a gift to Maureen’s bag, I made her a pincushion. Unlike the bag, the pincushion went together very smoothly. I had some of the pieces and parts from my last round of pincushion making on the cutting table. They weren’t crappy, just unused. I picked out some other scraps from the unsorted … Continue reading “Maureen’s Pincushion”

New Pincushion – Wonderclip Holder

Can a person ever have too many pincushions? This is the thought running through my mind as I decided what else to make for my second group of gifts. You might remember the Pincushion / Wonderclip Holders I made for the guild officers. I really like this pattern and decided to make another one to … Continue reading “New Pincushion – Wonderclip Holder”

Pincushion Gifts

I wasn’t be at the guild meeting yesterday, which made me sad. Kelly, of the Kelly bag fame, pinch hit for me with the officer gift bags. Thanks, Kelly. Many guilds give their officers quilts as thank you gifts. I am of the mind that we all have enough quilts, but a tote bag (simple … Continue reading “Pincushion Gifts”

Various & Sundry 2023 #9

Admin I updated the page showing the Color Strip & Chunk Donation quilts. I was shocked to realize I have made 11 of these tops so far. I have updated the Policies and Procedure page. Projects, Classes, Patterns & Tutorials Mary C shared an  IG reel with me that is very interesting. I like the … Continue reading “Various & Sundry 2023 #9”

Finished: Enigma Bag

Hooray! I finished and I had plenty of time to post it on the blog post to win a prize. I may not win, but hope springs eternal. I like this pouch. It’s interesting, yet normal, so surprising. It packs a punch and isn’t difficult to sew. There are some tricky bits, but it would … Continue reading “Finished: Enigma Bag”