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For my Sew n' Tell Friday I have a camara strap and pincushion.. I've seen so many cute straps throughout blogland and I've always wanted to make one. Then I went to a Boutique show and someone was selling them for $30 bucks! I finally decided to make one. I'll never get sick of my pop garden fabrics.
And then I decided to make a little pin cushion from my left over fabric from my flock o' geese quilt.

Isn't it just so cute and petite?
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Comments

  1. Love them both! Thanks for sharing. Happy Sewing! :o)

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  2. These are both too cool! I especially love the fabrics on the pincushion. Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Oh the little yoyo on the pincushion is so cute! Love that camera strap too, very sweet.

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  4. Love them both, but the pincushion is my fave! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Great minds think a like because I'm currently working on my camera strap too! YOu are too right, I wouldn't may no 30 for something I know I can make. I love the fabrics you used in yours. I like the idea of the yo-yo on the pin cushion. Reminds me of indian summers.

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  6. these look beautiful...you did such a great job on that camera strap

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  7. I love when i see something I like in a shop and think I can make that for a fraction of the cost. we are so lucky to be able to make and sew things.

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  8. I love the addition of the yo-yo. So cute!!!

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  9. These look like great little projects.

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  10. That pin cushion is adorable!

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