Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Come join the Skinny Pincushion Swap at Amy Made That!

Getting Skinny for 2014? My friend Amy at Amy Made That! has written a post all about it... well actually it's about a fun Skinny Pinnie Swap! A few months ago I made a skinny pincushion for the Across the Pond Sew Along and I was really surprised how quick it was to make. 



I was also surprised at the success my Skinny Pincushion had and now I keep coming across it on Pinterest boards!




Why not try making a Skinny Pinnie yourself? Even if your to-do list is endless, this is a really quick and satisfying project. Amy is now accepting sign-ups and there's the whole month of February to get to know your new swap friend! Check out the Skinny Pincushion Swap Flickr Group and the Across the Pond Sew Along Flickr group:




Hope to meet you at the swap!

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7 comments:

  1. So you're the creator of that fabulous pinnie? It is adorable! I'm in the swap, too, which is how I found your blog this morning. I look forward to reading more of your posts. Have a gorgeous day!

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  2. Very very nice!
    I come from Alex's Linky Party!
    Congrats for your creations!
    Michela - Creareregali

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  3. I will be in the Skinny Swap, too! I look forward to meeting new friends! Your skinny pinny was just so perfect with the button fabric and the buttons!!

    Susie

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  4. Very useful, I use a peace of felt but you job is better
    Thanks
    Norma

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  5. cute, cute, cute!! It's perfect for the side of your machine!

    Thank you so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  6. Very cute pincushion - I'm a big fan of the ruler twill tape. (I assume that's twill tape?)

    I'm trying to stay out of swaps right now (gotta finish things!), but there are so many tempting swaps out there!

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    1. It's more chunky than twill tape. I got it from East of India and I'd say it's linen.

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