July 2, 2007

baby food jar pincushion/sewing kit


I don't have babies anymore but I got a ton of baby food jars that I have saved for the "one day I might need them" or "I can make something out of these!" (I just did not know what at the time).
So, I made a pincushion for the FAA exchange (this stands for Fabric Addicts Anonymous, the right flickr group for me). Anyway, I think is kind of cute, specially because I used the little jars.
Sorry I don't write much about me on my blog; too busy crafting :)

17 comments:

shelley davis said...

Hi,
That is a wonderfully cleaver idea. What, you will see it every where! :)
Shelley

Felicia said...

It looks fantastic. Great idea to recycle :)

The Mommy and Me Boutique said...

This is very creative and darling. I will put your blog on my link. http://themommyandmeboutique.blogtspot.com

Ana Lopes said...

Hi! I like that idea, congratulations^__^
And the other works are very beautyful, i like very mutch to come here to visit you ^__^
(forgive my english, hi, hi, hi)
Kisses from Ana

Blossom Hill said...

That is so cute! What a great recycling idea too.

picperfic said...

what a cute and very useful little jar of goodies! Beautiful work!

Cherish. said...

I love this! Can I ask you how you made it? This would be perfect for holding spare needles/pins in the bottom. :)

heather said...

Cool!

I can only find instructions for making those pin cushions out of Mason jars... with the lids made of two pieces. How did you do that with the baby jar lids?

Mique (as in M-i-c-k-e-y) said...

Love this idea. I hope you don't mind me linking back to you on my 30 days blog (www.thirtydays.blogspot.com).
Thanks!

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Do you have a tutorial for this pincushion?

Christine said...

What a great idea! I could make all kinds of gifts by filling jars. Did you use polyester fiberfill for the inside?

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linda said...

I'm waaaay past the baby food phase, but I'm going to use my little boullion cube jars. Knew I was saving them for something!

Linda M.

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