Thursday, September 12, 2013

Time to "Pin It" Pincushion Blog Hop yall and a giveaway!


Good Morning yall! Welcome to Day 3 of the "Pin It" blog hop. I was so excited when Mdm Samm
announced plans for this blog hop. I LOVE pincushions. And like most of us, I had a hard time deciding on what type of pincushion I wanted to make. We have been back to the hay fields and  I knew I needed something portable. So I cut out a few strawberries to take with me while we were in the fields. Strawberry pin cushions are as addictive to make as fresh strawberries are to eat!  Thus the empty pint container. And the giant Strawberry in the background is one that came with my vintage New Home sewing machine. I just couldn't resist showing it with my little strawberries.

 I really like the pindot fabric but I especially love the red tone on tone fabric. That fabric is a very pretty shade of red.

And the pink and cream reminds me of Strawberry ice cream.



I have always wanted to make a Cathedral Window. I love how this pin cushion turned out, but it is not perfect. I had a very hard time seeing where my needle was at while sewing the white trim back.


I love Pam Kitty Love fabrics.
And I wanted to make a little travel kit to take to the hay fields with me:

I used a prescription bottle.

It is just the right size to throw in my purse and it holds everything I need for hand sewing.
I covered the bottle with Pam kitty Love blackpolka dot and made a pin cushion onto the top of the lid. I keep one of the strawberries in the bottle to put the pins in from the lid when I am done using it. I love love this little kit. I can't wait to make some more.

And I love to use a "Needle Park" when I am hand sewing.

I am so bad about laying down my needle that I got in the habit of using a needle park or ring pincushion when handsewing. I loved making this one to match and I used tiny pom pom trim and a cute little red button. They are very light weight and easy to make.

I also made a larger pincushion from two of my Gingham hexagons:

I love the Nanny Bee.

And I recovered an older pincushion using yellow gingham that belonged to my great Aunt Louise and this is my Needle Park that I have been using when making hexagons.
She is just so sweet with her rosie cheeks and yellow umbrella.

Yall, I have had so much fun making these pincushions. And I hope you will check out the other fabulous ladies that are sharing today with me; 

  I would like to say a special Thank you to Kristen at Meadowbrook. She has been a wonderful cheerleader and I believe she is sharing a new pin cushion everday. And as always, a huge Thank you to Mdm Samm of Sew We Quilt. She works so hard to keep bringing us these fantastic blog hops to participate in. Always standing behind us......
And I would like to apologize. I have fallen way behind over the last couple of weeks visiting everyones blogs.
We have around 110 rolls of hay ready to haul home, but I hope to get caught up over the weekend.
So please do not be offended if I haven't visited or responded to your emails.
:)
Now, I hope you have enjoyed my little creations. And for being so patient with me I have a couple of prizes: A charm pack of  Riley Blakes "Scoot" and a  Pack (22)  of Riley Blakes "Sugar and Spice".  

Sorry for the terrible indoor photos.

To be eligible for the drawing, please leave a comment below stating which fabric you prefer if you have a preference. Followers, new or old, get a second entry just let me know that you are a follower.  International entries are welcome. And please make sure I have your email address if you are a no-reply blogger.

And now I would like to give a very warm welcome to two of my newest friend and followers:
Heather
and Dianne.
Welcome to the farm ladies. I am so happy to have yall plowing along with us!
Now , I would like to leave yall with one last pin cushion. this is probaly my favorite and is a gift for my daughter. She loves houseplants and I figure this is one that I won't kill when she is off travelling and I am taking care of her plants:
A Saguaro cactus. Made with Architectures fabric.
Boy these things are "prickly".
I hope yall have a quilty non prickly kind of day!
xo jan

"Pin It" yall!

Entries are now close for the giveaway! Thank yall for participating and good luck!
xo jan


201 comments :

  1. You HAVE been busy! The cathedral pin cushion is a beauty and what a clever idea to make your mini travel sewing kit. Beautiful fabrics.

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  2. I follow and I love all your pincushions! Smart idea about travel kit!

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  3. Wouw i like the black one!
    Have a nice day!

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  4. Sugar and spice and my grandbaby Zoey is nice! I love the Cactus! It is my favorite! Have fun putting up all that hay!

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  5. Oh, I just love all your pin cushions, they are wonderful! Clever and pretty. The cactus is my favorite.

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  6. Love all of your pin cushions and the cactus is fantastic! Thank you for sharing.

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  7. You just rolled from one cut pinnie to another. The Cactus is jusst too cute, but I really like the traveling case. (and I have been eying the Scoot for my youngest grandson)

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  8. So many pretty pincushions...especially love the cactus!!! Thanks for sharing and for the sweet giveaway (sugar & spice would be my choice)

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  9. OMG you have been soooo busy. I love every.single.one.of.them. Seriously, how could I have a favourite here - they are all adorable!!!! I have always wanted to make a cathedral window pincushion too - may have to put that on my list!!! I really like the Scoot - thanks for the chance!

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  10. I am a follower of the FARM!!!

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  11. What a lovely collection! Love the cathedral window! And thanks for the chance to win! Love both fabrics!

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  12. I swear to you, we must channel each other. Great minds I tell you. Beautiful work on all of them! ;)

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  13. Just love your pin cushions, they're wonderful! Thank you for sharing :)

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  14. That nanny bee is just too cute, and the strawberries make me think of summer :-) Sugar and Spice would be nice :-)

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  15. What a super cute pin cushions, I can't pick which I like best. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Your medicine bottle is so clever! A beautiful display of all the cushions together.

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  17. Your strawberry pin cushions look almost yummy and your little travel kit looks like something I sure could use in my purse! Your cactus pin cushion you made for your daughter is just adorable! I like the Sugar and Spice.

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  18. I am following you on Google Friend Connect.

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  19. Sjeeeeeezzzz Jan! You did a lot or work. They all look adorable. I love your little travel kit and will be stealing that idea for sure! The strawberries, I have made hundreds of those. True story. We sold them at a market to raise money for the Second Home Foundation. I still remember our slogan: Make me merry, buy a strawberry (trust me on this, it sounds waaaay better in Dutch). We made over € 100 in one day. You can't go wrong with a good strawberry! Thank you for sharing.

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  20. Where to start? Love the berries, love all the pretty fabrics you used and that cactus is adorable.

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  21. Just the sweetest collection of pin cushions I've seen! And your prescription bottle idea is fabulous. Just got my dog's arthritus medicine renewed and the bottles are HUGE - I can stuff more stuff in them. Going to cover one today for my thread, etc. Thanks for the idea!

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  22. Wow what a creative use of pill jars. So Eco friendly. I like all the pins but I favor the cathedral windows. Thanks for the chance to win the red charm pack

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  23. Thanks for sharing your cute pincushions! Great giveaway too. I love making baby quilts so I am partial to the Scoot fabric.

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  24. What great pincushions! more yummy strawberries and I love the cactus!

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  25. Fabulous array of pincushions! My friend marie would love that cactus! Is there a pattern for it?

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  26. Such an electic collection of pincushions. I like the strawberries and your hexagon bee the most. Thank you for a lovely giveaway, my favourite fabric is the sugar and spice.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  27. Great pin cushions - I love the cactus. If I'm lucky enough to win I'd choose Scoot. Thanks for the chance.

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  28. I'm a follower with Bloglovin'. Thanks again.

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  29. Fantastic creations....I love them all...the rings are my favorite

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  30. Wow!! Love each and every one of your pincushions!! Scoot is very sweet! Thanks for sharing in the hop!

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  31. I follow your blog via Bloglovin' thanks!

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  32. Your pincushions are all amazing! I really love the Cathedral Window one, and the whole collection you photographed together is just yummy!

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  33. Such a great selection. I love everyone of them.

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  34. My fav is the cactus, but it has a reason, I have at least 50 living species at my house :-))))

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  35. Your pincushions are wonderful! I really like your little sewing supply kit in the prescription bottle--I need to dig the one I threw away out of the trash(recycle bag)! Thanks for sharing.

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  36. I love them all! And I'm so excited to see the prescription bottle one - it's exactly what I need when we are on vacation and go out into the mountains to spend the day. I'm going to make one today! blessings, marlene

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  37. Love the cactus the most.

    Warm regards from Holland,
    Marga♥

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  38. Using a button under your ring pin cushion is very, very cunning! I will have to try that. I also follow your blog on bloglovin.

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  39. Jan, you went above and beyond!!! How inspiring and what fun pincushions you have now to keep all the pins in right right place! :)

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  40. They are so cute! What a great idea for the Saguaro pincushion (I don't have a green thumb and just killed one of my orchids... Orchids, what was I thinking?)

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  41. What great pin cushions! I love them all, but especially your strawberries! If I were lucky enough to win, I'd be happy for either fabric -- I have two grands, one of each, so either collection would get good use. :)

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  42. Your pin cushions are s cute. I especially love the cathedral window one.

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  43. I'd prefer the one with train cars on top. Love your blog title. 2nd time I've heard it. And I actually thought of it myself last Spring when hubby decided to close the meat market at our grocery store. Now he's concentrating on bulk garden seed, organic soil amendments, garden tools, & lots-o-knowledge while I use the rest of the store for my quilting machine, fabric, patterns, notions, etc. So I wanted to rename it Sow & Sews-- he nixed it. It's been Key Grocery since the 60's so now it's Key Grocery and Quilts! Still love the name!

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  44. I live all of your pin cushions! I would choose Scoot if I had the chance. Thanks! Rcoyle at olemiss dot edu

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  45. I follow you on Bloglovin. Rcoyle at olemiss dot edu

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  46. Great pin cushions and what a great idea to use a pill bottle to make a travailing kit. I think Scoot would make up into a nice little boys quilt.
    thanks sew much for sharing and the chance in a give away too.
    in stitches

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  47. totally sweetness everywhere especially in your photos great ones

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  48. Adorable and sweet pin cushions! I love your strawberries--yum. Your cactus is too cute and story brought a smile to my face as I house site for a friend and watch her house plants and I'm always on pins and needles til she comes back. Thanks for sharing!

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  49. You have so many great pin cushions, but i love the cactus. babscorbitt@ gmail dot com

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  50. All so sweet. You were a busy one. I love your cathedral window.

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  51. Good morning. I found a tomato pincushion at the thrift store yesterday ; ) I like the Sugar charm pack. Thanks

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  52. OMG the pincushions are adorable- love love love the cactus.

    I would prefer the Scoot fabric- thanks for the giveaway!

    onehotstove AT gmail DOT com

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  53. awesome things that cactus has the perfect fabric.... i like the girly pack...

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  54. Jan, ALL of your pincushions are adorable !!! Strawberries....Muaw! I like the Sugar and Spice, it goes with strawberries...wink !

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  55. How Cute! Love the cactus!

    mabear29@ymail.com

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  56. I'm a follower ! BTW Your photos are excellent !

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  57. Beautiful. Love the cactus. Thanks so much for sharing

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  58. What an awesome idea for an old prescription bottle! I am going to have to try that!

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  59. I love both of the packs, but if I had to choose, I'd say Scoot! Love your cushions!! The strawberries look tasty ;)

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  60. All are sew cute! I love the idea of your little 'travel' kit in a bottle. Great use of those bottles that we tend to not know what to do with. Thanks for some ideas!

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  61. Love those strawberries, yum! The Sugar and Spice is pretty, thanks for the giveaway too.

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  62. Jan what a lovely collection of pincushions you have made. Love them all.

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  63. Great pin cushions. Your cactus is my kind of houseplant too. I always hope no one asks me to take care of their plants while they are gone! I like the bottle pincushion/carrier. It is a great idea. Both of those charm packs are very cute, I especially like the scoot as I seem to be making lots of baby gifts lately. Thanks for the chance.

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  64. I love all of your pin cushions! I may just have to make one (or a few) for myself! What do you use to stuff them? I'd be happy with either charm pack. A person can never have too many charm packs! Thanks for sharing!

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  65. I follow you through Google friends.

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  66. Your pincushions are delightful. I love the Cathedral Window fabric you used and the cactus is incredible too.

    I would choose Scoot. Thanks for the chance.

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  67. Wow! You have a delightful group of pincushions! (I love Pam Kitty, too!) Love this post....very inspiring!

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  68. I would be thrilled to win either one! I follow by Bloglovin!

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  69. Gee, your pinnies are so cute and pretty, but I gotta say I love the saguaro. Been wanting to make one of those for awhile now. Thanks for sharing and hope you get your hay rolls all stored in record time!

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  70. Cute cushions! I like the cactus. The 'Scoot' pack looks like fun! Thanks for the giveaway. Hope you get the haying done soon.

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  71. I love your pin cushions! The cathedral window is probably my favorite. I love both charm packs and would like to have either one but if I have to choose I'd like to have the sugar and spice.
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  72. I'm a new follower!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  73. You have so many clever ideas. I love your pincushions. The cathedral window is so cheery and bright. I'm going to make that prescription bottle one. I wish I had made it before traveling to CO this week. It would have looked better than my ziplock bag. lol Beatuiful work, as usual, and I love that sugar and spice fabric!

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  74. I've been a follower for quite some time and love your work!

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  75. Wonderful pin cushions. The strawberries look good enough to eat and I would have to make sure I didn't water the cactus. I will be decking out my prescription bottle that I use to take hand sewing supplies with me. Why didn't I think of that before? Thanks for sharing and offering a giveaway. If I am lucky I would prefer the Sugar and Spice fabric.

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  76. Beautiful work! Thanks so much for the great giveaway! I'm a new follower too!

    Ilene

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  77. What wonderful pin cushions! They are all just beautiful!
    (I love both the prize choices!Either is a winner in my book.)

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  78. Your pincushions are so creative (and I've always wanted to try cathedral windows too)! If I'm lucky I'd love Scoot.

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  79. I really love your strawberry pincushions! And I love Suger & Spice. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  80. Oh, all your pincushions are so sweet!! I love making them, too!! xo Heather

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  81. Thanks for a sweet giveaway! The Sugar & Spice. ;) I am a happy follower!! xo Heather

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  82. You have a wonderful collection! Thanks for the giveaway...I like Sugar & Spice..pretty colors.

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  83. I am a new follower. Glad to find your blog!

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  84. Fabulous pincushions - I especially like the strawberries and the cactus!

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  85. I'm a happy follower!
    I like sugar n spice best!

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  86. Love them all!!!
    I am a happy follower:)

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  87. Wow...great pincushions. All are great. You did a wonderful job. Thanks for the giveaway chance. I like the fabric with the red ribbon the best.

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  88. What cute pincushions! I love the cactus, too funny, but my fav is the cathedral window, very pretty. Thanks for the giveaway and chance to win, either pack would be wonderful to win.

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  89. Such an adorable collection! Love the cactus ;)

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  90. oh my gosh I think that might be the cutest needle traveler I have seen. I like the sugar and spice.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  91. Hi Jan! Fun cushions and I have noticed you photos of late are very good! We all have those horrible inside shots at times. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  92. All of your pin cushions are beautiful. You have been busy. I think the sugar and spice fabric is best.

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  93. I am an old follower. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  94. I love all of the pincushions! I wold like the Sugar and Spice but they are both cute packs.

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  95. What collection you made! Th strwawberries are great. i love the red Giveaway fabric.I am in France..

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  96. I like the Sugar and Spice fabric. Love the cactus-that is one I wouldn't kill either! lol I will have to do that pill bottle, thanks for the idea. vickise at gmail dot com

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  97. I am a follower via email. Thanks again. vickise at gmail dot com

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  98. I love your cute cushions. My favorite is the cathedral window one!!

    I am just making some myself and it is really fun.

    Melanie

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  99. All of your pincushions are so pretty! I do love your cathedral windows one especially!

    I would love the sugar and spice fabric!

    Susie
    legato1958@aol.com

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  100. I am adoring all of your pincushions. The prescription bottle sewing kit is very clever and would be great for those trips when we need needle and thread to mend. Creative Bliss and great hop...

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  101. I like Pam Kitty Love fabric. Your pin cushions are adorable!! I love reading your blog, you are like a breath of fresh air. Thank you for sharing.

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  102. Oh, I just knew you would come up with some great stuff! All your projects are great. That pill bottle set is just fantastic! That Sugar and Spice charm pack is very pretty.

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  103. Oh, I follow you on Bloglovin!

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  104. Holy cow! (pun intended) These are beyond great. GREAT!

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  105. I am loving your cactus! It looks so real, so creative! I like the sugar and spice fabric.

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  106. Love all your great work. Thanks for sharing!

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  107. Riley Blakes "Scoot" would be my choice. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  108. Nice collection of pin cushions. Looks like your cactus is ready for a big project. Follow on bloglovin. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  109. Great pincushions. Thanks for sharing your projects. Love your blog and I am a follower .
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  110. Wonderful pincushions...each and every one! I love the basket of strawberries, and the Cathedral Window is one of my most favorites to make. Your version is just super sweet!!!

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  111. HELLO,what beautiful PIN cushions!
    Thanks for sharing all the photos+a beautiful Giveaway too!
    Love the "Scoot" collection best!
    Thanks!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  112. Very nice pin cushions. I did the cathedral window one last winter. They are so cute. Thanks for having a give away.

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  113. FOLLOW>BLOG LOVIN'!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  114. I love your cathedral window pin cushion! My choice of fat quarters would be sugar and spice. Thanks!

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  115. I love Pam Kitty too! I am hoarding it though I just can't find the right project for it yet. Great pincushions, but my favorite it the cactus! I like Scoot.

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  116. I am a follower. I had to check again to see how I followed. I follow via e-mail.

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  117. I love sugar and spice. I Love that cathedral window pin cushion.Well I really love them all. Thanks for sharing

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  118. What a wonderful collection of pin cushions. If lucky enough to win my choice would be the red print one. Ideal use of pill bottles.

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  119. All of your pincushions are adorable. I do like the cathedral window the best. I like the Riley Blake "Scoot" It would make an adorable baby boy quilt.

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  120. all of your pin cushions are wonderful and the cactus is just priceless.

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  121. Hi Jan! What a great idea for the pill bottle! I currently use one to hold my discarded sewing machine needles in, you have inspired me to pretty it up with some fabric and such so it won't look so clinical just sitting there on my table ;) All of your pincushions are just FABULOUS!! The cactus one is my favorite though because it makes me remember all the great hiking adventures I had in Arizona!

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  122. I love all of you pincushions but really like the prescription bottle, I must make one of those!,

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  123. Nice work! This hop is so much fun.

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  124. So many adorable pincushions. That's a great use for an empty pres. bottle - you go, Recycle girl! I love the little ring pincushions. That's exactly what I need. Your daughter's going to love her new houseplant!! lol

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  125. I am a follower with GFC and Feedly.

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  126. Cute Cushions! I love Riley Blake's Scoot line.... it's so adorable. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  127. LOVE your darling pincushions! Esp. the strawberries!! Maybe you could give us a tutorial on how to make the one on your finger! I would love to make one to use when do handwork.
    I would like the Sugar & Spice.

    Thanks so much!
    Tanya

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  128. Oh my goodness! Your pincushions are so adorable. I love all of them, but I really like the idea of using a pill bottle. I will have to remember to save my bottles and make some of these. I also like the finger pincushion. And the cathedral window is my favorite. So beautiful. Thank you for the giveaway. I like Sugar and Spice.

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  129. I like the Sugar and Spice Fabric Pack. Thanks for the opportunity to win one!
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  130. Such beautiful pincushions...love the fabrics you used! Your little girl one is so sweet and reminds me of one I had many, many years ago.

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  131. What a great collection of pin cushions. I like tht cactus one! And I love either of those charm packs.

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  132. I follow your blog and enjoying. I do like tha jelly roll quilt you just made.

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  133. Fantastic! I'm really enjoying this blog hop :) Love ALL your pin cushions - especially the cute ring ones. Thanks for the chance of winning some fabric (and yes I'm a follower!) - I love both fabric options :) serena@sewgiving.com.au

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  134. You made some yummy pincushions from my favorite colors and fabrics. u are one of my favorites in the blog hop!!
    Gmama Jane

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  135. You made some yummy pincushions from my favorite colors and fabrics. u are one of my favorites in the blog hop!!
    Gmama Jane

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  136. I love riley blakes Scoot!!!! So adorable. Love your pincushion looking like a strawberry. MMMMM :0)

    darlene macdonald
    kittyklaws13411@yahoo.com

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  137. Beautiful array of pincushions. I really LOVE the cactus. My choice would be Sugar and Spice.

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  138. I love all of your beautiful pin cushions. I really like your idea for using an old prescription bottle. Very creative.
    I follow your blog.
    I love the sugar and spice fabrics.
    Happy quilting,
    Shelia

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  139. I love your pincushions, especially the cactus! Thanks for sharing! I also really like Scoot!

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  140. What a wonderful collection of pin cushions. I love them all but especially the strawberries. I love the sugar and spice collection.

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  141. You are such a creative one. Beautiful pin cushions shared. Thank you for all the inspiration.

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  142. Wow! I really like all of your pincushions, but the strawberries are my favorite.
    If I had to pick a fabric set it would be the "scoot". Thanks for sharing!

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  143. What a lot of lovely pincushions!

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  144. Wow, you made so much! Lovely!

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  145. Lovely pincushions. I especially like the cactus and the cathedral windows ones. Of the charm packs, I like them both, but I have a slight preference for the Scoot pack.

    Thanks for sharing.

    senstrings (@) yahoo dot com

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  146. I am a follower of you by email.

    senstrings (@) yahoo dot com

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  147. Your cathedral window pin cushion is beautiful. While you may have had trouble seeing it while stitching, it sure does not show. :-) Love your cactus too, that is just too funny! Congrats on top of the day!

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  148. All your projects are wonderful...love that cactus!

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  149. I love your kit, such a cute idea. I love sugar and spice.

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  150. Wow, yours are the best pin cushions yet! Love the cactus! I'm not fussy - both charms are lovely - thanks for the chance.

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  151. The cathedral window pin cusion is really great. Wonderful! Many thanks for the chance, I would choose the Scoot pack.

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  152. I'm your follower now via e-mail.

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  153. Thanks for sharing your darling pin cushions. I love the Riley Blake "Scoot" fabric

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  154. I have been a follower for a while now. I also live on a farm and so enjoy your posts.

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  155. Your pincushions are sew awesome. Thanks for sharing

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  156. Lots of yummy goodness there! looks like you really enjoyed yourself on this hop! Thanks for sharing and sorry I am late visiting.

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  157. I think your saguaro takes the cake! I love it, and am going to make one for my grandma who lives in Mesa, AZ. And I like the Scoot fabric, it's fun. Thank you!
    ~Brandy
    brandizzle7133 at yahoo dot com

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  158. What a fun post! Love the cactus! I follow you!

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  159. Love the "scoot". What a fun giveaway.

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  160. what wonderful pincushions! I love the cactus one...hmmm, now I am thinking I need one for my collection...this hop has been so bad for my pincushion addiction!:) I am seeing so many that I need to add to my collection...yours are just lovely.

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  161. LOL, loving your last pincushion the cactus! All of them are great though the strawberries look delicious and the pill bottle is ingenious. I would love some scoot, if I win.

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  162. All of your pincushions are darling. The older little ceramic girl is sweet and I love the cactus....so fun! Thanks for sharing with us.

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  163. Jan, you have been quite the busy girl. I don't know that I could pick a favorite from the mix. Those strawberries are so darned but then so is that cactus! Do YOU have a favorite? LOL THX for the giveaway opportunity---I would pick the one of the left but I figure it is not likely to come my way in the first place. Still sweet of you to offer it.

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  164. 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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  165. Both fabrics are great, I am sewing for baby boys now so...
    Follow on goggle and e-mail.

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  166. Wow.... Now that was a long line up to wait in! Ha, ha! Love all your pin cushions, Jan. My absolute favourite is the Cathedral window one! Love the black and red gingham! You're tempting me make one!

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  167. Adorable! Thanks for sharing! My first choice would be scoot, but I certainly wouldn't cry if something else showed up in my mailbox!

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  168. Your pin cushions are amazing but I love your idea of a pin rest most of all, I truly need to make one for myself. Your cactus is just so cute. I l0ve the sugar and spice fabric.

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  169. Love the cathedral window pin cushion, but they all are so cute. Riley Blakes "Sugar and Spice", looks like it is a very pretty fabric line. Thanks

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  170. Your pincushions are all so cute :)

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  171. Wonderful pincushions, thank you for sharing!
    It is always a great pleasure to visit your blog and watch your pictures ☺
    Bente

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  172. Hi!!! They are all very pretty!!! I love the cactus!!! Very fun!!!! Thank You

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  173. Hi, Jan! Your pincushions are all just so adorable! And such a cute way to display the strawberries, in a strawberry basket. Your colors are luscious, even your scissors match! OK, I've got to try the little elastic ring pincushion on a button, A-dorable!

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  174. The charm pack of Riley Blakes "Scoot is so cute! I love all your pictures of your chickens and other farm animals.
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  175. Following you on Bloglovin: Nicole Sender.
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  176. Kathy Cram ckathym@myfairpoint.netApril 21, 2014 at 8:36 PM

    I LOVE the Strawberries. Sugar and Spice is my favorite!!! Thank you.

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  177. like the pin cushions, and since my grandsons are little I would like Scoot.
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  178. Love The Cathedral Pin Cushion! I Like The Scoot Fabric! Thanks!

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