This pin cushion is on its way to Australia today!  I really hope it is loved in its new home.

For the makings....I used Six White Horses paper piecing pattern.  Since I needed a pin cushion version, I reduced the image to 20% before printing.   Finished it off with a fabric covered button and filled it with flax seed. 

Swap is hosted at Sweet Little Pretties   Thank you Lisa!
03/22/2013 10:23am

Your pin cushion is really lovely. You did a great job on it. I'm sure you're going to have one very happy swap partner!

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03/22/2013 3:39pm

It is a very cute finish, gives me something to think about as I really need to make one too :-)

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03/22/2013 4:19pm

What a "sharp" pincushion. I think I may just put this on my to do list since I have been sewing for a few years now without a pretty pincushion. Great little Finish!

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03/22/2013 6:48pm

Cute pincushion! I'm pinning it!

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03/23/2013 11:33am

Beautiful !
Anna
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03/23/2013 4:55pm

Nice one! So sweet and looks so professional! Great job! :)

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03/24/2013 12:12am

Seeing a square like this in such tiny form really makes me drool. So beautiful in miniature!

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03/26/2013 8:43am

Oh wow. It's always so amazing to see miniature quilt blocks for me, I don't know why. But this is a beautiful pincushion.

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03/26/2013 8:51am

Oh my goodness, Lilliputian sweet! Wow! This is amazing and so beautiful!

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03/26/2013 10:29am

It's a beauty! Love the vibrant colors.

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03/26/2013 9:20pm

beautiful pincushion! i absolutely adore tiny pieced pincushions, you rocked it!

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03/27/2013 12:17pm

OMG - that is so pretty! I haven't worked with scraps so I'd be a little afraid to take that project on, but maybe one day I will give it a whirl.

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03/27/2013 9:00pm

Beautiful Ann!

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03/27/2013 10:58pm

Wow I love this!! Such a great way to use scraps.

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Zari
04/20/2013 6:32pm

I really like this!! Thanks for the tip. I will try to make one too!

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