Saturday, May 11, 2019

A Quilter's Pin Dish




                            

This pretty pressed glass dish may have started out in life as a candy, nut or pickle dish, 
but now it's a quilter's pin dish! I use mine for straight pins and basting pins. It adds an elegant touch to my quilt studio. I enjoy the way it sparkles in the sunlight. 
These make terrific gifts because quilting time is "me time."
See the new gifts category in my Etsy shop.



4 comments:

Warm Quilts said...

A great way to re-purpose lovely candy and pickle dishes. Your selection is lovely. I use one for straight pins and a smaller one for safety pins.

patty a. said...

That is a much prettier dish than what I use! I have a Tupperware container that has a divider. I use the bigger side for pins and the smaller side for odds and ends. The smaller side is overflowing with buttons, snaps, extra presser feet, pieces of tailor chalk and tailor wax, and who knows what else! LOL!!!

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