Tuesday, September 10, 2013

My Day for the Pin it Pincushion Blog Hop

I love making pincushions. I love to use them and to give them as gifts too. Sometimes I follow a pattern and sometimes I make up my own pincushions. Here is a collage showing just a few of the pincushions that I made in the past. The pincushions that I made for this blog hop are after the collage.
Collage of a few pincushions that I have made over the years.
I knit 3 mushrooms and felted them to create these pincushions.
I felted some spots on the one mushroom.
These were all made using a small cap from an almond milk container as the base that I covered in felt. They are tiny pincushions that are great for slipping into a bag on-the-go. These make nice little gifts. 
I turned this and the following small canning jar lids into pincushions. I decorated each with felt and embroidery and I added some beads and sequins on some too.
Little Japanese girl pincushion.
I store beads in the jar.
Flower pincushion on the lid and....
...flower buttons inside the jar.
This pincushion I named Jeanne after my friend who loves to make 3-D flowers on her quilts and bags. I started with a larger plastic lid for the base (probably from an orange juice container). I made the fabric leaves and petals and quilted them. Then I glued the petals and leaves and a wool ball into the lid. I added lace around the base and some eyelash yarn around the wool ball.
The wool ball with eyelash yarn and a button in the center.
The Jeanne pincushion.
Another canning jar pincushion lid.
Star pincushion on a canning jar.
Here they all are (except for the mushroom pincushions because I made those after I took this photo).
I have a give-away too. I will give away a pdf of my newest pattern on Craftsy which is my Needle Book with Pincushion & Pocket. You can make this needle book in fabric or felt and both instructions are included.
Felt version.
Fabric version.
Just leave me a comment for one chance to win. For a second chance to win leave me another comment answering this question: What kind of pattern do like to buy? Patterns for quilts, patterns for bags, clothes, sewing accessory items or ? If you answer this question I will give you an additional chance at winning. Followers (new or long time followers) can leave me another comment to get a third chance to win (as long as you answer my question too that is, lol, otherwise you will have 2 chances). Please leave your email address in your comment if you are a no-reply or if you are not sure whether you are a no-reply. I will respond to all comments, but if you are a no-reply I cannot respond, so if you don't hear from me then you are a no-reply. If you are anonymous then you can email me your comment (I no longer allow anonymous comments in the comment section due to the enormous amount of spam that I receive, but you can always email me anytime). I will give away 3 pdf's of my pattern. I will choose the winners on September 21.  Good luck to all.

Thanks to Madame Samm for this blog hop and Kristen for being our cheerleader and schedule organizer.
Here are the other fabulous pincushion makers for today, so be sure to pay them a visit too:
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204 comments:

  1. Your pincushions are sew very clever and cute. One can never have too many pins or pincushions. I seam to need one every where I am. Great hop...

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  2. How cute and useful each one of them are ! The Jeanne 3D is extra sweet !

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  3. Love the mushrooms, but then, of course, you had to make some others wonderful designs! Thank you for sharing.

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  4. I guess I would have to say I buy quilt magazines which have the added bonus of patterns in them.

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  5. Wouw, you make a lot, and i loved them all!,
    Have a good day!

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  6. I love the wool crafting, but sadly I am too allergic to play. And the jar lids are a great way to dress up the sewing room as well as organize.

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  7. I love all your pincushions, but the 'Jeanne' is my favourite ;>)....
    Cheers,

    Jeanneke.

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  8. Lovely pincushion. Even if the Japanese girl looks a little bit scared of all the pins being stuck in her head (lol). The Jeanne is my absolute favourite. Amazingly beautiful. I don't really buy many patterns any more. There are so many amazing patterns available for free on the internet that my time is more then filled. I do like to buy magazines such as Homespun (for the oooooooh-I-want-to-make-that-factor. Wait, I do buy mystery patterns. I have made five of them over the years.

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  9. You made a lot of pincushions, and all great! If I must pick a favorite, I think it would be Jeanne. Thanks for sharing!

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  10. Lovely pincushions, thanks for sharing

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  11. Love the pin cushions! The jars are my favorite, I have made those too. I like the bonus of storage.

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  12. I usually buy quilt, bags, accessories and doll or animal patterns. I'm just not very good at sewing clothes so I stay away from that. Unless its for knitting or crocheting. Then I will make sweaters :)

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  13. I love all your pincushions!
    My favourite is the Japanese girl!

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  14. I like to buy patterns for bags and sewing accessories!

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  15. What nice pin cushions. The mushrooms are fabulous. You are making me want to get some wool felt to try.

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  16. All your pin cushions are great. Those mushrooms are just adorable!

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  17. You do have quite the collection there! My favorite would have to be those darling mushrooms!

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  18. I used to only buy quilt patterns but now I am always on the lookout for that perfect craft pattern for the unusual items.

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  19. I love your pincushions, you already made so many (also the cute cat I made this bloghop!)Thanks for sharing your abundance of pin cushions, they are really cute!

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  20. Lovely pin cushions...I especially like the mushrooms.

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  21. What a gorgeous display of pincushions! I really adore the ones in the lids...special!

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  22. Awe...very cute knitted pincushions. They are all lovely.

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  23. Hello Daryl,
    I LOVE pincushions, you can never have too many. The funny thing is I use all of mine. I feel like Hansel and Gretel but instead of bread crumbs I leave pin cushions all over the house. I think you were very cleaver with your salsa dish repurposed into a pin cushion and a container for bobbins. I also like how you made your canning jars into storage containers and a pin cushion. I want to get better at felting balls because I have a big egg holder collection and I think the felted balls look best for making them into pin cushions.
    I don't buy patterns very often because I have access to so many free ones but if a tote or small project catches my eye I'll buy it. I find needle books to be very handy so thank you for making a pattern.
    Tara

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  24. no doubt about it you are a pin cushion collector...and I recognize one in blue that I adore wink....what a great collection to make and show...

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  25. I am a huge mushroom person so I love your pin cushion. Then you come up with so many more, they are darling.

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  26. Fantastic Daryl!!! You have a great collection there. I love the flower with eyelashes!!!! hmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  27. What a great collection of pin cushions! Thanks for sharing.

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  28. I like to buy patterns for table runners mostly

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  29. I love all your pincushions! How creative and how lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  30. Your pincushions are all terrific. I really love those muschrooms.

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  31. I buy patterns for anything! maybe not so much quilt patterns anymore as I like to design my own now, but I recently bought a shirt pattern online and I also buy dress patterns a nice purse pattern is neat too.

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  32. I tend to buy bag and notion patterns.

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  33. Wonderful pincushions. Love the mushrooms.

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  34. I love the felted pincushions and needle keepers - so clever and cute!

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  35. My favorite kind of patterns to buy are pdf patterns for bags.

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  36. I buy patterns based upon what I am considering making. I started out years ago making clothes for myself, then my girls. Then purses for them once they got to be adults, and quilts.

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  37. Love all your pincushions! Especially the mushrooms...and I am a fan of the pdf patterns probably because of the immediate gratification!

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  38. Love the little Japanese girl pincushion :-)

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  39. Busy, busy lady! I'm just learning this felted wool thing, so it's fun to see what you did with it. I love that 3D flower and your needle book!

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  40. So many cute pincushions made so creatively!

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  41. I buy mostly quilt patterns but I am also drawn to cute small projects too.

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  42. Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! They are all fabulous!

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  43. Cute pincushions!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  44. I love to buy purse or bag patterns. Quilt patterns come in at a close second.

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  45. I love to buy purse or bag patterns. Quilt patterns come in at a close second.

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  46. Cute pincushions!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  47. Cute pincushions!! Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  48. Thanks for the chance to win! your giveaway is adorable!

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  49. I love patterns for quilts (though I do more collecting than actually using, lol...I tend to do my own thing with quilts) and purse patterns. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  50. Love all of the pc's.... my your have been very busy! The mushrooms are especially cute.

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  51. I'm kind of wishy washy about patterns. Lately, I seem drawn to bag and tote patterns. Useful, practical patterns that I can use myself or make for gifts. Something that is quick and doesn't use lots of fabric which keeps the costs down.

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  52. loved all you pin cushions I think I have to go shopping for some cute little jars to turn into pin cushions that hold a few notions too.
    thanks for sharing
    in stitches

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  53. What an amazing idea to use jars and make a pincushion on top.:-)
    Love that idea.

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  54. Love the flowers! I have a ton of bottle caps. I should make some of these for our church fund raiser. I like to buy patterns for bags and accessories.

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  55. Daryl, I LOVE the mushroom pincushions!!! And the jar lid pincushions are so cute - I like them because you can't lose the needles there... I love every type of pattern, as long as the design appeals to me. And, I am your newest follower!!!

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  56. If I buy a pattern it will be for a handbag, I think, or for knitting.
    I buy a lot of magazines with patterns as well, and some times a quilting book.
    So, it all depends on the mood....
    have a wonderful HOP.
    regards Ingid

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  57. Love your pin cushions...especially the mushrooms and Jeanne flower!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  58. I am a follower by email

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  59. Love them all! mabear29@ymail.com

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  60. I like bag and quilt patterns. Thanks Sandy
    mabear29@ymail.com

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  61. Love all of your pincushions. They are so fun to make! The pattern is adorable.

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  62. Your pin cushions are so lovely. Thank you for the inspiration.

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  63. I like to buy patterns for accessories.

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  64. Nice pincushions did you make!

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  65. Great job Daryl! You always amaze me with your creativeness:)

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  66. Jar lid pin cushions....how creative. They all look so sweet. Thanks for sharing them all.

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  67. I am an email follower at louster388atyahoodotcom

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  68. I usually buy quilt patterns but if something strikes my fancy it is bought too:) You know how that goes!

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  69. I normally don't buy patterns. (guess I am too cheap) Years ago I did buy patterns for clothing. Now I pretty much try to copy by a picture and make things my own. I must say, I truly like the way you showed off the tops of your pin cushions. Three cheers to you!!

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  70. Your pincushions are adorable. I especially love the jar pincushions. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  72. Wow! All of your pin cushions are great!

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  73. I design my own patterns, too, so I buy very few patterns. The last patterns I bought were for clothing for my granddaughter.

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  74. I like sewing accessory patterns

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  75. Delightful pin cushions. I like them all ; )

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  76. Your pincushions are all very cute. Love the little needlebook. I have been wanting to make one of these now that I am in a hexie group.

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  77. Hi Daryl,
    Love the pincushions...especially the mushrooms !

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  78. ...of course i love purse / bag patterns best ;-)

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  79. #1 - love your mushrooms, really like all of your other pin cushions too, but the mushrooms talked to me.
    #2 - I like patterns for little quilted things. ex would be your needle holder
    #3 - I am a follower

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  80. So many pincushions! all of them are very pretty!

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  81. Love all of the pin cushions!! So creative. Thanks for all of the inspiration.
    Happy quilting,
    Shelia

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  82. I like to buy patterns for quilts and sewing accessories.
    Happy quilting,
    Shelia

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  83. Following your blog and blog hops.
    Happy quilting,
    Shelia

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  84. I drool over patterns for all of the above-I just don't have the funds, darn it! :( Love your pincushions. Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  85. I am a follower via email. vickise at gmail dot com

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  86. I love each one of your pincushions. My favorite is the cat. I love the wool pincushions so much, and oh the muchrooms..Guess I love them all.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  87. I love many patterns, but I love small project patterns which I make and contribute to our church for the Christmas fair,
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  88. I am a followeer of your lovely blog.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  89. Great pin cushion assortment . Love the jars. Thank you for the chance to enter your giveaway.

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  90. I am a old follower via Bloglovin.

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  91. I like to buy patterns for accessories and small projects

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  92. You and those knitting needles are a dynamic duo. How clever you are. I really like the green chip/dip dish on top. What a great idea for a seldom used piece sitting in the cupboard.

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  93. Wow, you have been busy and I can see that you like pincushions. Aren't they fun? I have made a few but mine are much simper... Thanks for sharing all of your lovelies...

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  94. I'm a believer (follower) and like bag and small patterns for gifts.

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  95. I find that I usually buy patterns for accessories, like handbags, vests, or sewing stuff. Thanks for the giveaway...this pattern is exactly the kind of patterns I go for!

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  96. Love all your pin cushions.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  97. I like any kind of pattern really.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  98. I follow via bloglovin
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  99. All your pincushions are sew cute. Thanks for sharing

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  100. I am a follower since long time ago. I love your things

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  101. Beautiful pin cushions. I had seen the jar ones before but they usually just had a piece of fabric on the top. I love the designs you used.

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  102. I like to buy quilt patterns the most lately. But will probably be buying girl clothes patterns since I have a new granddaughter.

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  103. Such cute pin cushions. Thank you for sharing.

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  104. i pretty much buy any pattern that I like. The last one was for a bag. I mainly like quilt patterns. it depends on what mood I am in.

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  105. What a wonderful collection of pincushions.

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  106. I buy bag patterns or seasonal wall hangings.

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  107. You have made so many darling pin cushions. I think the one with jars would be so handy, but I really love that flower. It is great!

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  108. Nice collection of pin cushions, very cute mushrooms. Would buy a special hard to do Quilt pattern.

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  109. I buy patterns for wall hangings, quilts, and tablerunners, mostly. I prefer smaller projects because I can complete them quicker.

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  110. Very nice pin cushions. I love the little one in the green dish. Very nice and thanks for having a give away.

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  111. Your 3D flower pin cushion is awesome. I most often purchase patterns for bed quilts but I also have a plethora of runner, wall hanging, and bag patterns. I like all aspects of quilting, both machine and hand. Learning new techniques is a passion. Thanks for sharing your creations and having a wonderful giveaway.

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  112. Love your little Japanese Girl pincushion. She is adorable!

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  113. Love them all. You are very creative and I think the mushroom collage is great! I buy quilt patterns and sewing machine accessory items and someday I need to get around to making most of them--LOL! Now off to become a follower. Thanks for sharing.

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  114. What a wonderful collection Daryl....I think the mushrooms are my favorite though it would be a hard choice! blessings, marlene

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  115. You have so many cute little pin cushions! I especially like the 3 mushroom ones. I have a wide-mouth jar that I store buttons in! I'll have to make a pin cushion out of the top like you did for you bead jar. Thanks for sharing!

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  116. I'm following you via Google Friend Connect.

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  117. The most recent pattern book I bought was for a bag that was in it, but I plan on making the quilts that are in it too. I'm mostly interested in quilt patterns. That is what I decided I wanted to do when I retired.

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  118. Very, very cute - all of them. Wow! You are prolific. Love those pin cushions! Thanks for sharing all of them!

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  119. I like to buy small cute, unicique patterns.

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  120. You are amazing. Love all your pincushions...Great job!!!

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  121. Your pinnies are wonderful. I, too, have a collection of some I've made, some I cherish because they were given by wonderful friends and some I just couldn't resist purchasing! I especially like the use of the eyelash yarn around the center of that flower pinnie.

    I like to buy patterns for things I could never make without a pattern. Never bag patterns but lots of other things for sure.

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  122. Great pincushions . Thanks so much for sharing and for the opportunity on a great draw.

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  123. Great pincushions . Thanks so much for sharing and for the opportunity on a great draw.

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  124. What wonderful pincushions! I love those toadstools - they look tasty!

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  125. That is a lot of variety in pincushions. They look great!

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  126. I follow with GFC and Feedly.

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  127. I buy quilt patterns and bag/purse patterns. I usually don't sew garments anymore though occasionally I might buy a child's pattern.

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  128. Love all your cushions. Jeanne is absolutely gorgeous and really is too pretty to use!! Wonderful pincushions and I like that you made lots of sizes.

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  129. Wow..another hopper who was busy! You made so many lovely pinnies but the mushrooms are my favorite....they are so lovely.

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  130. What fun pincushions....I especially love Jeanne!! Thanks for sharing :)

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  131. I buy patterns for quilts and accessories. Thanks for the sweet giveaway :)

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  132. I love the mushrooms and the japanese girl. those are so sweet.
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  133. I am a happy follower!
    jan@sewandsowfarm

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  134. I don't buy alot of patterns because I am not good at following them but usually I purchase accessories.
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  135. Your felted mushroom pincushion are just beautiful, i also love theothers but those are my favorites.

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  136. As usual beautiful work. You'll have no excuse for having stray pins now. I'm really enjoying the blog hop and desperately trying to visit everyones blog to take a look. As you can see I'm a bit behind but I'm having so much fun checking out everyones creations.

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  137. Very lovely. I love the canning jar ones.

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  138. I buy children's clothes patterns

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  139. Thanks sew much for letting me know about the non reply comment .
    now I am checking to see if it is working better.
    in stitches
    Annette
    institchesandseams@hotmail.ca just in case it is not fixed yet

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  140. Very pretty pin cushions. Great ideas. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  141. Lovely pincushions! I really love the blue flower.

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  142. I buy bag patterns and accessory/home decor patterns.

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  143. You have some very neat pincushions. I love them!

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  144. I am a new follower!
    gailxs@hotmail.com

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  145. I like to purchase bag patterns.
    gailxs@hotmail.com

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  146. I follow you by email and bloglovin as well as blogger. Don't want to miss anything. LOLL

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  147. I love the pin cushions. Tend to buy patterns for small projects that I can make as gifts for family and friends.

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  148. Wow!!!! I am the "184" comment! Daryl, all your pincushions are soooooo beautiful, I love them all! But I have to tell you that "The Jeanne pincushion" impressed me, how wonderful 3D effect you gave it. All your creations are beautiful, I will continue my walk through your blog, as always your work is magnificent and I am filled with inspiration!
    Marisa from
    http://passionetcouture.blogspot.ca/

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  149. Each of your pin cushions are just wonderful!

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  150. The mushrooms are my favorite, great idea!

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  151. I love your pincushions. They are all fantastic. I cannot pick a favorite. I am absolutely amazed at how prolific you are at making them and you use different media and patterns - I am in awe. I have never tried felting anything I have knit. I have always been leery that the finished product would not be anywhere near the size I envisioned. I'm still reeling from the creativity and the amount of productivity. WOW! I've certainly bookmarked your blog for pin cushion ideas. I love your previous pin cushions, too. Thanks for participating and bringing us quite a gallery of pin cushions.

    In one hop you told about the Rail Runner in NM. I was headed to ABQ and didn't get a chance to ride. Well, I'm back with my daughter and her family. I'll be here this weekend and fly back home next Saturday. I came to help the family while her FIL is starting recuperation from knee replacement,so the Rail Runner doesn't fit into this trip either. It's still on my to-do list in NM.

    I saw the posting about the lovely lace you are knitting. Have you ever tried a knitting lifeline? I have not but have read a tad about them. I don't know if it is worth your effort or not - just thought I'd mention it to you. Best luck with that fantastic project, too.

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  152. I usually buy quilt patterns or quilt type patterns. I do buy a sewing pattern from time to time and find that they usually go unused. I learned to sew eons before I learned to quilt. I still look at sewing patterns once in a blue moon. I have no granddaughters and get a hankering to sew for my great nieces, but don't give into that urge because I have one great nephew, too.

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  153. I was already a follower and became a follower on Bloglovin'

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  154. Oh they are all lovely - I love the Jeanne flower one - I buy patterns for anything and everything and also make my own patterns for anything and everything, its just all never ending! Thanks for sharing and sorry I am late visiting.

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  155. Jeanne is my favorite but I must say your knit mushrooms are really cool too.

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  156. Lately I have been buying more patterns for home dec or purses, etc. For years all I sewed was quilts and now I am getting away from donation work so much and just sewing for fun. part of the reason why I got a serger for my bday recently.

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  157. And I am a follower---from earlier blog hops. I look forward to see what you have created, Daryl as I know we are in for a treat! THX for the giveaway opportunity.

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  158. Wow. You have been busy! I really like the extra details in the flower pincushion. Thanks for sharing.

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  159. When I buy patterns, it is usually for quilts. I prefer to draw up my own patterns however.

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  160. I love patterns for applique quilts and small sewing projects. I am starting to do some embroidery on my projects too.
    crystalbluern at onlineok dot com.

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  161. Lovely pincushions and I really like your fabric and color you use on them. Lovely blog with lots of wonderful work.

    Take care!
    Marica

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