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Pincushion with Super Powers!
I found another comic book so had to make some more projects!
Yeah! WONDER WOMAN!

Posted by from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, United States • Published See 's 23 projects »
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  • How to make a recycled pin cushion. Napkin Ring Pincushion - Step 1
    Step 1

    Get a napkin ring (wood is easiest for me to work with).

    I found two at a thrift store for 25 cents.

    Leave the napkin ring
    plain or
    paint or
    decoupage (I forgot to take a pic of decoupaging-oops)

  • How to make a recycled pin cushion. Napkin Ring Pincushion - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cut two (2) felt circles

    1 to glue on bottom (same size of ring) (done later)

    1 a bit bigger (1/4-1/2 inch) for actual cushion

  • How to make a recycled pin cushion. Napkin Ring Pincushion - Step 3
    Step 3

    Sew a running stitch around larger felt piece and tighten

  • How to make a recycled pin cushion. Napkin Ring Pincushion - Step 4
    Step 4

    stuff felt piece and add extra to fill ring

    check how it fits in ring

    tie off stitch when satisfied with fit in ring

    push to top, add extra stuffing, glue bottom felt piece on

  • How to make a recycled pin cushion. Napkin Ring Pincushion - Step 5
    Step 5

    Mini pincushion with

    WONDER WOMAN!!!!!

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cinderelly
cinderelly · 4 projects
this is so cool! i always need some little pincushions, and i have all this stuff!
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Grace D
Grace D · London, GB · 83 projects
Yay - FEAUTRED
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Thanks for sharing! Great idea Happy
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· Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, US · 23 projects
Maxine:
Thank you so much for sharing the ideas--AWESOME!!! I am going to try them! I also love the idea of the beans to make it more stable! candace
ps Love your pic!
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Maxine B.
Maxine B. · 1 project
Very cool! I made some of these from a pattern I found using soda bottle tops. They were tiny and cute but the same. I made a bigger one using an empty cosmetic jar and covered it with fabric rather than painting it cause of the jar threads around the top. If you fill the empty space with something heavy like dried beans it makes the pin cushion more stable. Then use something more stable on the bottom to hold the beans in better...

I love your idea of the comic decopage... it's beautiful!
Maxine
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