Ladylike Teacup DIY Pincushion

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Ladylike Teacup DIY Pincushion
Ladylike Teacup DIY Pincushion

Forget about complicated sewing patterns and treat yourself to a fun project that's easy on your wallet with this Ladylike Teacup DIY Pincushion. Made with a delicate and dainty teacup, this DIY pincushion is an easy no sew project that you can make in under an hour, and is the perfect DIY gift idea for any sewist. This no sew project is a fun craft project that kids can help with and is a great way to clear out your fabric stash. With this DIY organizer, you can keep your sewing room neat while creating a gorgeous piece of home decor. Add some ladylike charm to your sewing studio with this simple and elegant pincushion.

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour


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This pincushion is easy enough for a child to make, especially with a little help from a grown up. It would make a lovely Mother's Day gift or a Christmas gift for a grandmother. If a dainty tea cup is not what you want, a "Best Mom Ever" or "Best Grandma" coffee cup would work as well. Homemade gifts are always the best!

I just love to make teacup pincushions. Local thrift stores usually have lovely inexpensive porcelain dainty teacups perfect for making the pincushions. If they come without a matching saucer no matter, the teacup pincushions look just darling without. Just add a narrow satin ribbon bow to the handle and some whimsical beaded straight pins for a great gift idea.

A very simple but elegant idea, it is easy to find cheap cups from second hand or charity shops and so would make an ideal low cost gift, I would put some heart topped knitting pins in the top before giving as a gift. The tutorial is really easy to follow with close-up photos making it an ideal project for a beginner.

This is so cute! What a great way to keep your supplies organized!


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