If you sew, you know how important having a couple of pincushions is. That's because you need a safe place to keep your pins when not in use. By stabbing them into a cute pincushion, they are close at hand when you put together a pattern or remove pins as you sew. Things have changed since the tomato that everyone used in the past. Nowadays, you can get a pincushion that looks like anything you want it to. Check it out!
Via Lady Joyceley
I try to keep my kids out of my sewing room because they play with all my stuff. Putting this pincushion in there would not help. But I love it!
Via Dreamy Dresden Thread Catcher PATTERN ...
I have one of these and I will tell you how convenient and easy it makes sewing.
Via Trend Alert: Donut everything!
All you need to make this is some felt and stuffing. Adorable, isn't it?
Via Mason Jar Pin Cushion
Don't toss those little jars. Turn them into a pincushion/button holder with ease.
Via How-To: Vintage Framed Pincushion - ...
Now isn't this the sweetest thing you've ever seen? I think I'll be making them for everyone this year.
Via Sew A Turtle Pincushion Sewing ...
This would be a great way to use up some scraps of fabric you have leftover from another project.
Via Patchwork Pincushion
This simple design is easy to put together, but looks so cute on your sewing table.
Via ikat bag: Pig
This is great if you love pigs, but you can make a family of any animal you love.
Via Sew Many Ways...: Tool Time ...
If you like to hand stitch on the couch while you watch television, this necklace makes it so easy.
Via How to make a mouse ...
I love the bright pink ears! Is this a pincushion you'd want in your space?
Via Cactus de alfileres
What better place to stab your pins than a cute little cactus?
Via How to Sew Stuffed Birds
Do you think it would be hard to stab your pins into this sweet little bird?
Via letrecivette: A little pillow...
Here's another great way to use up some of your favorite leftover pieces of fabric.
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These little guys are pretty tiny, but you could modify them so they are large enough for your needs.
Via Treasures from the Heart: Pretty ...
Add some elegance and class to your sewing room with a pincushion that looks like this one.
Via Organize Your Crafts
Doesn't this look like a tasty cupcake? It's easy to make and so adorable too.
Via Tuna Can Pincushions | Wee ...
Use some embroidery floss to add cute details to your pincushion.
Via LucyKate Crafts...: Love letter for ...
This little spool of thread is so cute! Don't you want one for yourself?
Via Caravan Patchwork Pincushion & Suitcase ...
Indulge your love of sewing and traveling with this little pincushion.
This tiny little garden is so cute and I love how tiny the flowers are.
Via Free Cloth Doll Pattern - ...
Here's the perfect friend to keep in your sewing room.
Via Charm About You: Goodness!
Combine your needs with this cute little caddy. Use it for pins and spools of thread. Perfect!
Via maker*land.: Make a hedgehog pincushion ...
Could it get any cuter than the little bow?
Via How to Make a Pincushion ...
Make it easy to remove and store pins by wearing this adorable pincushion on your finger.
Make a bunch of little animals to keep you company while you sew.
Via retro mama: A New Leaf
Fruit is a fun thing to sew and makes the perfect place to store your pins.
Via Jennifer Jangles Blog: Pin Cushion ...
These pincushions look like dessert to me. Don't you think so too?
Via OUCH! - a somewhat different ...
If you need a laugh, this is the pincushion for you.
Via A Pin for Every Purpose ...
Mix and match colors and embellishments to create the purse of your dreams.
Via 25 FREE Pincushion Tutorials
This just makes me smile. What about you?
Via punk projects: The Spotted Fox ...
Don't get rid of the last teacup in your collection. Use it to make yourself a new pincushion.
What does your pincushion look like? I have an owl and a cute little square. I always see more that I want though. Do you see one on this list that you simply can't live without.
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