This one is my favorites with the paper heart and little strawberry for pins.
This next one really wasn't a pin cushion, but rather a lavender sachet! Works great and smells good too!
My Grandmother always had a 'pin dish' on the coffee table where she kept her needles and 'tatting' thread. Here's a little different take with some of my more unique pins.
The other day my husband asked me if I had a big pin. I asked "you need a real big pin?". He answered "yes, a big pin". Can you imagine that he didn't think it was funny when I handed him one of these large laundry pins? You'd think that after 32 years, he would get my sense of humor! Go figure.....
I had this really old and ugly blue magnetic pin holder. I really like the magnet aspect, especially if you ever spill pins or the like. Well, I simply plugged in the glue gun, found some homespun fabric, and looky here.....much better!
Now I have a question about this next pic. Does anyone know what these are, or what they were used for? I think they are made out of plastic, but they have an aged patina. They are also flexible. I think they're cool, but wondering what they really are!?!
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