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Super cute Karen! And I bet you're right (about Martha) :-)
Very attractive favors!
really great idea ! So super cute.
That would have been a lovely party to have attended. They look very sweet.
How cute. What did you use inside?
You are soooo ahead of Martha!!
These are fabulous! How fun would it be to fill them with beans or rice and play a game!!!
How very clever!
Sandy, I used polyester fiberfill that you can buy at Michael's or JoAnne's in a big bag for little $. If you fill the pin-cushion (or doll etc.) a little at a time you get more uniform results than if you insert a handful all at once. That's how you get thick bumps.I wish you were all there! I'd make you all a pin-cushion.Karen
Thanks Karen. Another question ... is the polyfill packed in thus they're hard? OR are the cushions kind of squishy?
oh! these are gorgeous!!
you know how you see something and it reminds of several other things, well when I saw your pin cushions it reminded of when I use to make bean-bags for the kids, I would use popcorn or after the OCD kicked in I would buy the 50lb clean corn from the feed store (but that's another story) Back to the original thought: buck shot- the small bean bags filled with buck-shot make great decorative 'weights' to keep on the cutting table to "hold" the piece of fabric from falling to the floor when one is cutting small strips off large pieces. (my bad but I cut across the top)
Sandy,They are kind of squishy. But of course you could make it "just right." :)Cheryl,I like the idea of using a heavy version for weights. Um....where do you get buckshot? Do you have to pry open some bullets? I'll wait to hear from you before trying this at home!
those are SOOOOOO CUTE!!!!! Martha would be totally jealous!
These are so cute!I love the size and jsut the right amount of colour in each!Wonderful!!
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