Thursday, April 9, 2015

Pincushion Madness

I am mad about pincushions! 

I am getting ready for an up~coming marketplace/quilt show
and adding wares to my ETSY shop.
 I never tire making these sweet 
Yo Yo Pincushions.

I love to mix & match fabrics.
The underside is just as pretty!
3 different size fabric yo yo's to be exact!
Roses & Gingham are a good thing, don't you think?

I always add a vintage button from my 
personal collection to top them off!



What will you be creating today?

12 comments:

Angela said...

Love your pincushions! Do you have any plans of adding your tags and garlands in the shop? I just love your goods!

Angela

Debby said...

So cute. I am making flower fairies today.

NanaDiana said...

OMGOSH, Maryjane. Those are just beyond cute! I LOVE your choice of materials all sandwiched together. That is what really makes them special. Gingham and roses are perfect together. xo Diana

Tins and Treasures said...

Oh, my goodness, Maryjane...These are just so cute. Great work!


Take care ~Natalie

christine reynolds said...

You are so inspiring! I get a huge smile on my face when I see you added a new post!
Christine

Barbara said...

Such beautiful fabrics. They make practicality a thing of beauty.

Karen L. Bates said...

They are all just so sweet...I can see you are having fun!

Libby said...

I JUST GOT MY PINCUSHION FROM YOU IN THE MAIL TO DAY. TOO CUTE!!! ...
AND...THANKS FOR THE LITTLE SURPRISES!

:0)

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!


LIBBY

corners of my life said...

Sewing with this pin cushion beside me would just make me smile. So very charming.

Susan Lindeman said...

When and where is the Marketplace/Quilt Show that you are participating it?

Maryjane-The Beehive Cottage said...

Susan, the info is on my Facebook Fan Page where you commented there too! Thanks for asking!

Maryjane
xox

Loretta said...

Hello! I found your exquisite blog on Pinterest by following a link. It's amazing. What do you use for your blogspot layout? I love it. I have a blog at blogspot too. I love all the white background. I love the sewing machine in this post; my mom has one and I learned to sew on it many years ago.