I decided to make a new large pin cushion for my sewing desk. I needed one that was big and heavy, one that I couldn’t lose or knock over accidentally.
I don’t know if I’m the only one who tends to lose things in the midst of a project, but I’d guess I’m not the only one with backups. I’ve got a selection of scissors, multiple packages of needles, a spare pair of reading glasses, and a collection of pin cushions scattered about. (If however, you’re the kind of person with perfect organization who always know exactly where every supply is just play along for my benefit.) Besides that, A quick and easy pin cushion project is just the thing for a blah rainy afternoon.
This is the cushion I created. It’s a basic rectangle shape with a big flower on top. I made it to fit inside this low, wide planter making it nearly impossible to lose!
After the jump I’ll share my technique for making the cushion and give a tutorial to make the petals for the flower.