Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Pin It Blog Hop!

Here we are in another great blog hop. Thanks to Madame Samm and Kristen for all their organizing and cheerleading!



For this blog hop I've designed a trio of floral pincushions. They're all formed by gathering WoolFelt over wide-mouth Mason Jar lid rims. The rims make it very easy to stuff! The flowers are made from WoolFelt as well, and they're all stitched with DMC floss. I will be making a free pattern available on my blog after the hop has ended. The pattern will be for all three styles of flowers. I hope you like them!





 Be sure to visit the other talented folks on today's list:


Elizabeth Coughlin Designs (that's me!)

86 comments:

  1. Your flower pin cushions are beautiful! Can't wait for your tutorial. Thank you for sharing.

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  2. They look good enought to eat! Very cut and thank you for sharing.

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  3. O wow! They're looking so, so eatable! :D

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  4. Very sweet pincushions. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. Your pincushions are sew cute. I love them. Thanks for sharing

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  6. They look good enough to eat! Very, very sweet indeed. Thank you for that!

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  7. I love your pincushions, great autums flowers.

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  8. Great pin cushions! They remind me of chocolate doughnuts with colored icing!! Yummy

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  9. Gorgeous pincushions - I would love to make one!

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  10. How pretty! They look like pastries!

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  11. What a lovely pin cushions! I like to tast them, they look delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. The flower pincushions are awesome! I love the colors. Thanks for sharing.

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  13. Glad their were no pins in them...as they were quite tasty....really pretty pin cushions my sweet

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  14. What a cute idea. They look good enough to eat.

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  15. Those cookie pin cushions are fantastic!! just love them

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  16. They look good enough to eat too. Very cute.

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  17. Lovely flowers. Nice size to carry around too.

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  18. What a sweet set of pincushions...very beautiful!

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  19. Those are cute and so adorable...love them!

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  20. I will be watching for your pattern as these pincushions are adorable! Thanks for sharing!

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  21. very pretty .... I to will be watching. I have just picked up some wool to play with and this might be a good place to start.
    thanks sew much for sharing with us today
    in stitches

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  22. Elizabeth those pincushions look good enough to eat, lol!!!

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  23. So classic and pretty! There is something so comforting about wool pincushions!

    Susie

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  24. These are so beautiful! The stitching on the petals add a charming effect to the design. I, too, chose wool for mine - but I guess you will need to wait until tomorrow to see them! :-)

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  25. Love your pincushions. You always seem to come up with wonderful ideas. Thank you for sharing.

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  26. They are all so lovely. You truly came up with some great ideas, your creativity sure shines.

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  27. Great! Really great. I can't choose a favorite! Thanks for sharing.

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  28. Super low calorie cakes! Thank you.

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  29. Your pin cushions are beautiful! Wow!

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  30. what a lovely job you did on them. One prettier than the next.

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  31. Simple, Sweet, Delicious pincushions. Fun hop. Thank You.

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  32. Yummie! Nice, delicious pincushions you made!

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  33. They look like frosted doughnuts!! Beautiful. Thanks for the inspiration.
    Happy quilting,
    Shelia

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  34. Lovely, lovely flower pincushions!! Thanks for sharing.
    cheers
    maggie

    maggiemine42@gmail.com

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  35. Very pretty. Thanks for sharing and for the free pattern. vickise at gmail dot com

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  36. Very pretty pin cushions. They look good enough to eat, just like some wonderful little cakes.

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  37. I would definitely love to make this pattern! So cute! Very nice work.

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  38. Your pin cushions look good enough to eat. Cute.

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  39. Love them! Looking forward to the pattern.

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  40. Lovely pincushions. Thanks for sharing.

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  41. Can't wait for your patterns because those pincushions are so cute!

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  42. Very sweet pin cushions. The table is set with flowers and tea--what time should I be there? Thanks for sharing:)

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  43. Very sweet flowers! My mother-in-law loves sunflowers, so I guess I need to make her one like your yellow one! Thanks for sharing!

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  44. Those are beautiful! I am loving this pincushion blog hop. :)

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  45. Oh, dang! I had to read the words to see that those were NOT cupcakes, but flowers. But they certainly beautiful. Loved seeing them (even if I can't eat them)

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  46. What a sweet flower garden. All 3 are just as cute as can be.

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  47. I have to say I love them. They make me think of donuts with icing. Maybe I am hungry. Thanks for sharing

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  48. Your flower pincushions are so pretty...thanks for sharing :)

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  49. I love love these and would love a tutorial or pattern. I haven't used wool much except for knitting.
    Thanks for sharing.
    xo jan@sewandsowfarm

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  50. They look good enough to eat. Love them. Now I want a donut. ; )

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  51. Those are devine. From a distance they could be filled donuts! :-)

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  52. Love them all especially the sunflower!

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  53. So darn cute! Thanks for sharing the pattern with us also.

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  54. The flower pincushions are adorable. I can hardly wait for the tutorials. They are fantastic among your beautiful china. They look similar at a distance and then quite different up close and personal. The colors and the petal designs give them a unique personality. Thank you participating and inspiring me and I'm sure lots of other lurkers. I'm sure I'm not the only one who is anxious for the tutorial you are very generously giving after the hop. Thanks immensely.

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  55. Ha! I love how they look like donuts! Those are some beautiful flowers, I too look forward to the pattern for them, thank you so much!
    ~Brandy
    brandizzle7133 at yahoo dot com

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  56. Oooh they are lovely. Thanks for sharing and sorry I am late visiting.

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  57. I just know we are going to be in for a treat when I see your blog name on the list, Elizabeth. How lovely your pin cushions are! THX for sharing with us.

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  58. Love all three! Each as cute as the other! Thanks for sharing. Looking forward to the pattern!

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  59. Beautiful flower pincushions, great pictures!
    Thanks for sharing ☺
    Bente

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  60. Hi, Elizabeth - what a terrific trio and a fantastic idea to cover jar lids. These are just super, and I'll look forward to the pattern.

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