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Little Teapot Pincushion Tutorial

Little Teapot Pincushion Tutorial
Little Teapot Pincushion Tutorial
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Forget about boring pincushions and bring some individuality to your sewing space with this fun Little Teapot Pincushion Tutorial. Transform an old thrift store teapot into a whimsical pincushion with this unique no-sew craft project. This sewing organizer is an adorable way to stow your sewing pins and is a great way to keep your pins organized if you have pets or grandbabies around. This beginner craft project is a super quick make and is the perfect DIY gift idea for Christmas or birthdays. The teapot can also hold your other tiny sewing supplies, like spools of thread, bobbins, or measuring tape, meaning it's a must-make for your sewing room. Take an old teapot and turn it into something brand new with this fun craft project.

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Time to CompleteUnder an hour

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I love old tea pots and you can always find them in second hand stores. There are plenty of them here in North Carolina. This is such a lovely idea as well. You have a beautiful tea pot which is also functional. The directions are easy to follow and you can transform the tea pot in no time. Thank you.

I like that with this pincushion it can be a part of your home decorations instead of stuffing it in a sewing basket. That being said, the items inside are right at your finger tips all the time.

My Auntie loves to collect teapots and I suppose I have given her a few over the years. The next time I give her one there will be a surprise tucked inside. Having a "sewing kit" cleverly hidden in a displayed teapot will be a nice treat - for anybody.

Oh this is a super project! I don't have a teapot, but I do have a large vimitate covered sugar bowl that would lend itself perfectly to this idea! The cover is an elongated oval, and the bowl is pretty deep, so the lid could still hold a generous pin cushion. Add a bow so you'll know which has the sewing stuff inside! Love to have pretty things sitting out that are useful too! Thanks for sharing this lovely and clever idea!

This is genius! It would look so cute sitting out on a sewing table, and it is a safe way to have sewing pins in a home with pets or small children.

What a wonderful idea! This would also be a great way to keep pins and needles away from kids and pets.

Crafting this teacup pincushion should be a breeze as the tutorial is very clear as to how to do so. This would make a great anytime gift for just about any occasion. I can especially relate to being able to conceal the pins as my curious, playful cats just love to pull pins out of my pincushions. Great idea!

No way!! This is such a unique idea! I could set it out on the coffee table, and no one would know what it actually is!

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