top of page
  • Writer's pictureBankky N.

Sewing machine pincushion

Updated: May 18, 2023


Don't I have enough pincushion? the answer is yes and NO! 😆 Who's care really!? I just love sewing and creating. This pincushion is so simple very fast to put together less than 10 minute and of cause very useful.



Video Tutorial



General Materials I used :

- 2 of 4 inches square cotton fabric

- Long Ribbon or elastic


Cut out all the pieces.


1. Pin the ribbon to the left and right side.

 

2. Put the second square on top and stitch, leave turning gap about 1 inch;

Use 1/4" seam allownce.

 

3. Trim the corners.



 

4. Turn the right side out through the opening gap.

 


5. Stuff it with Poly fill.

 


6. Use ladder stitch sew the opening close.

 

DONE!







 

Was this tutorial helpful? Consider buying me a cup of coffee! Venmo me @Bankky-Nomoto

It will help cover the costs around here and encourage more free patterns and tutorial



 


Thanks for stopping by
and allowing me to share a little of my passion
I Hope You Have a Lovely day!
And don't forget to Do more of what makes you happy!
HAPPY BANKKY / CRAFTY MOM

226 views2 comments

Recent Posts

See All

2 Comments


Jack Warner
Jack Warner
Jan 23

I understand your concern, User1. In addition to what Justin mentioned, you might also want to check out Crackle. It's a free streaming service that offers a variety of movies and TV shows. They have a mix of older classics and more recent titles. Just keep in mind that it's ad-supported as well. If you're into classic films, you can also explore the offerings on Retrovision. They have a collection of public domain movies that you can watch legally without any cost. Happy watching!

Like

Justin Hert
Justin Hert
Jan 23

Hey there! I totally get your dilemma. It's important to stay on the right side of the law. One platform that I've been using is Kanopy. It partners with public porno libraries, so you can access a wide range of movies for free with a library card. It's legal, and they have a great selection. Another option is Tubi – it's an ad-supported service, but the content is free, and they have a decent library.

Like
bottom of page