How to make a Quilty Cross Pincushion!


Well, it’s been a bit of a while since I last published post! Gosh! But I think I have a pretty rock-solid excuse for why… I’ve just returned home from a two week cruise to Fiji!!

Dravuni Island, Fiji
Dravuni Island, Fiji

I had the best time and will be sharing more of my adventures and love for cruising with you in the next few days!

Now, a few weeks ago, before I went on holiday, I made a video tutorial showing how to make a Quilty Cross Pincushion and I’ve only just realised that I haven’t yet shared that with you here, on my blog!

After casually browsing on Pinterest looking for some inspiring ideas, I came across some sweet little pincushions that I thought would make a great little project to film and share.

So using my favourite Quilty-Cross method by Auntie Cookie, I paired white cotton linen with a few of my ultimate favourite DS Quilts fabrics and proceeded to make this tutorial…

Since uploading this video, I’ve had a wonderful amount of positive feedback from my lovely viewers saying they’ve been inspired to make one for themselves! Such words of encouragement are always wonderful to read!

Will you be making one too?

Happy Sewing Friends!


2 responses to “How to make a Quilty Cross Pincushion!”

  1. What a cute pincushion! I absolutely love your blog. It’s become one of my favorites. Can’t wait to hear about your Fiji cruise. Sounds like a dream!

    Happy sewing!

    Diana in North Carolina, USA

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    • Thank you for your lovely comment! It makes me so happy to know you like my blog! 😊
      My holiday was the best! It was a very overdue one and I can’t wait to share all of the wonderful things I saw when I was there!


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