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Sew N Tell Friday

I have not had a lot of time to sew lately. I have been doing a lot of decorating, decluttering and cleaning our home. But I was able to squeeze these 2 projects in....
I love this pin cushion, it's such a good way to use scraps and it is so easy to do! I have the tutorial from a previous post of mine...




Thanks so much for looking! Make sure to check out the other projects on AmyLouWho's Blog


Comments

  1. What an adorable stitching you did! And I really like how you hung it on the wall. :o)
    Have a wonderful day.
    Sincerely ~ Trish

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  2. i love the pincushion...it is so cute!

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  3. Love how you used the ribbon and hook to hang your frame - cute!

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  4. Your embroidery is fantastic! I love it. And what a cute little pincushion.

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  5. Those are a great couple of projects! Love your embroidery and the pincushion is adorable.

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  6. Your embroidery is wonderful, and the pincushion just makes me smile!

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  7. These are great! I've wanted to make a pincushion, but it's another object of my procrastination.

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  8. Both are great but I love the embroidery!

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  9. Very sweet and perfect for every home. :o)
    Doesn't it feel good to get things done around the house? I also did some de-cluttering 2 weeks ago and it feel refreshing.

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  10. Those are two great finishes. Love the peek at the Verna quilt under the pin cushion. Thanks for sharing!

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