Sewing Wristband Tutorial
Sewing Wristband Tutorial
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From the blogger: "This is a 30 minute sewing project that is useful and practical at the same time. This is a sewing wristband tutorial, an easy project to keep your needles close by during your sewing time! Please check on the list of materials below: 2 10” x 4” pieces of quilting cotton, 1 10” x 4” piece of batting, 2 10” x 4” piece of woven interfacing, 2 1/2 inches of Velcro, 1 4” x 7” piece of quilting cotton for the pincushion, coordinating thread, handful of fiberfill stuffing for the pincushion, sewing machine, and blindstitch foot #5."

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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Wearable pincushions are a delight. A simple scrap fabric project that would be great as a gift idea for any sewer as well. This beginner sewing project has clear instructions. I imagine any pretty woven cotton fabric would do and a simple narrow zig zag stitch may suffice in place of a blindstitch presser foot. Probably need to double over the batting though to have enough room to place pins

Cute idea! I have one of these that I purchased at a big box store and I do like to wear it when I'm sewing clothes. This pattern is cute but I'm wondering if anyone who has made this has a problem with the batting not being thick enough to keep pins and needles from pricking your wrist? I wonder if it might be better with a wad of polyfil in there as well as the batting?

Sewing wristband pin cushion is really handy and clever! It would be a great way to use pretty fabric scraps, especially fancy ones! As an alternative to Velcro closure, if you have wide elastic on hand, this may be more suitable depending on preference. For a fancier version, add a few sparkles or rhinestones for some quirky fun, especially if this is a gift for your favorite fellow sewer! Fun!


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