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Petitfore Pincushions

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Author Indygo Junction Inc
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Create cute pincushions that look good enough to eat. Wool appliquéd flower motifs with embroidered details top these pincushions ranging in size from 2 ½” to 3 ½” diameter. Each is set into a vintage or new tartlet tin mold for a unique look.

 

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NOSEGAY PINCUSHION:
One 3” round tartlet tin mold
Five 6” square scraps of wool – pale green,
medium green, gold, pale rose and medium
rose
One skein of DMC #612 gold floss
FLOWER BASKET PINCUSHION:
One 3” round tartlet tin mold
Seven 6” square scraps of wool –
black, green, dark tan, violet,
gold, blue and rose
One skein of DMC #729 gold floss
HYDRANGEA PINCUSHION:
One 3” round tartlet tin mold
Three 6” square scraps of wool –
off-white, violet, and green
One skein each of DMC #680 gold
and #3052 green floss
WILD ROSE PINCUSHION:
One 3” oblong tartlet tin mold
Five 6” square scraps of wool –
black, light rose, dark rose, green
and gold
One skein each of DMC #760 rose, #680
gold and #3052 green floss
DAISY PINCUSHION:
One 3” round tin (vintage face power metal
container was used in feature sample)
Four 6” square scraps of wool –
dark green, medium green, white
and gold
One skein each of DMC #729 gold, #3052
green and ecru floss
SPIDERWORT PINCUSHION:
One 3” round tartlet tin mold
Three 6” square scraps of wool –
off-white, lavender and green
One skein each of DMC #3746
lavender, #3052 green and
#680 gold floss
MATERIALS NEEDED FOR ALL
PINCUSHIONS:
Tracing paper or plastic template
material
Perle cotton floss, any color for
gathering edge of each pincushion
Polyester Stuffing
Hot Glue Gun

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