DIY | Wrist Pincushion

Pincushion

It is easy and very quick to make your own, it takes about 30 minuets maximum 1h and all you need is listed below.

  • lid 5-6 cm in diameter for best result
  • fabric preferably drapy, durable and tightly woven
  • elastic for waistband
  • carded wool, the softer the better
  • soap for felting the wool
  • thread and sewing needle
  • ribbon for the side of lib, optional

Pincushion

Felt a soft ball of wool using soap it is so pose to be slightly larger that the lid and still soft to keep it light. Cover it with fabric by sew a gathering thread and gather evenly and secure.

Pincushion

Then cover the lid in the same way and secure.

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Se if the fit is right

Pincushion

Sew on the elastic in between the lid and cushion in a length that fits around the wrist and keeps it still without being to tight. Sew the cushion ti the lid with invisible stitch.

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Enjoy your new beautiful wrist pincushion, both of these a from my favorite scraps the flowery from this Washi and the dotted from my Mimi blouse both are cotton with can stand the constant poking that a pincushion gets and now I finally have one for my silk pins as well.

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8 thoughts on “DIY | Wrist Pincushion

  1. karin

    Å vad fina de blev! Men jag fattar inte riktigt hur man ska göra med gummibandet? Ska det runt hela locket eller bara sättas fast i kanterna?

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    1. docksjo Post author

      Tack så mycket det är inte svårt alls om man tovar ullen till en boll först annars är det mycket svårare and få det jämnt.
      Det skall bara stickas in emellan lagren och sys fast.

      Reply
  2. Angie

    What a cute idea – I would never have thought of making my own wrist pincushion. Now they can be made in way cuter fabrics!

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  3. Alicia

    Tack för kalasbra tutorial! Det här har jag tänkt på ett tag att jag skulle vilja göra. Perfekt att återkomma till den här beskrivningen då. Åh, kanske redan imorgon…

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