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The Art of Pincushions

Today the "wackies" celebrated our annual Christmas party. As you can imagine there was plenty of food, much laughter and a few tears. Molly challenged us to make pincushions this year. Trust me, this was much easier that her previous ideas. Here's the results from those who chose to participate.

I am very proud of our efforts and I think I'll make a few more as gifts. Who know, one might be coming your way.


Quilting Cindy said…
Fantastic pincushions.
lani said…
you guys are so clever nice job i could here ya all laughijg all the way out here
Gina said…
great pincushions

love and hugs Gina xxx
What a great job eveyrone did!! Maybe we should challenge all the wanna bes as well and share their creations! I have yet to make one but I have collected many patterns :)
Yarni Gras! said…
I love your pincushions!
Christina said…
I have been trying to figure out how to make something I saw years ago, a pin cusion out of a baby food jar but I think that is wrong and it should have been out of a canning jar. Thank you for posting this picture, now I'll try again.

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