Saturday, January 18, 2020

Pincushion Thread Catcher.....Class

I attended a Quilt Retreat this week...

We started out the retreat by stitching up

Pincushion Thread Catchers

If you have never made one of these,

there are a lot of online tutorials out there...

Once you make one,

you will wonder how you got along without it.

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May Your Bobbin Always Be Full,

LuAnn Kessi


  1. I made one of these at the first retreat I went on. I used sand from the Icicle River in it and I still love it! I need to make another one. I want to make one with a magnetic pin holder bowls on the you have any idea how to attach it?? Your group made some beauties!!!

    1. The magnetic pin bowl is a great idea. I will have to think about the engineering on that one for awhile.

      My Best To You,

  2. Good idea. Maybe you could make a fabric base and hide a good magnet inside it that will hold the bowl?

  3. Thanks for sharing this and the links. I bought one of these about 20 years ago. I think it is time to make a few. One just isn't enough!

  4. WOW...they are great!!! And they look so cute all lined up in a row like little soldiers!!!

  5. I made one of these for myself a few months ago. When the Harlan quilters saw it, they wanted to make one, so we had a class on the first day of quilt retreat. Some of the girls went on to make another one for their home machines.....FUN!