Yummy Watermelon Pincushion

Yummy Watermelon Pincushion

Yummy Watermelon Pincushion
Yummy Watermelon Pincushion

"Do you find yourself searching for needles, pins and stitch markers while in the middle of a project? Come, let's make the searching thing easy on us! Pincushions are perfect for holding pins and needles so that you can get them easily when you need them and I do believe it is a must have for any needle crafter. Pincushions can be made of any fabric, felt or in this case yarn. They are typically filled tightly with stuffing, so as to hold your pins in place.For this pincushion I have used fiber fill.You can use bits of scrap yarn, bits of fabric or cotton. Watermelon has always been one of my favorite foods. Hence it has also been a cute source of inspiration for some of my projects.So I decided to make yet another of my favorite fruit inspired project and came up with this Watermelon Pincushion. These can be made well in under an hour and are simple and easy to but make."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Anybody else out there think that these would be a great stocking stuffer? I know she says it is a watermelon, I think if you change the colors to a dark brown or black, with a white core, it could look like a cute little cream filled cookie! Almost like amigurumi. High on the cute factor -)

My sister has been sorting through her sewing stash and bemoaned the fact that she couldnt find her old tomato pincushion. I strongly suspect her tomcat Frankie has something to do with its sudden disappearance. Since Im about to ship a small package to her, I think Ill work this up and tuck it in. Ill also crochet a loop so she can attach it to her sewing machine. That should slow Frankie down at least.


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