Pins and Needles

For today’s tutorial we thought we would put together something useful to help keep all your pins and needles in the one place. It’s a pretty purse for holding them all together so they don’t go missing as they have a tendency to do in our experience. Now all you have to remember is where you keep the purse.

What you will need:

Some felt, we used about 50cm x 30cm but you can use far less if you decide to make a smaller purse.

Pretty fabric (25cm x 30cm, makes quite a large purse so if you only have a few needles you could reduce this to 15cm x 20cm or 10cm x 15cm)

Piece of ribbon (50cm)

Soft Card

Scissors

Sewing Machine

Fabric glue

Step 1:

Press your fabric and felt and cut out a piece of fabric measuring 25cm x 30cm. Then cut a piece of card 1cm less than your piece of fabric on all sides.

Step 2:

Using fabric glue, stick down the corners of your fabric to the card. Then glue down all sides to the card.

Step 3:

Cut out a piece of felt about 0.5cm smaller than your piece of card on all sides. Glue this using fabric glue on all sides to your card and fabric piece.

Step 4:

Fold the entire piece in two to give a centre line, now cut out about 3 more pieces of felt each a smaller size than the one before and lie together on the main piece.

Step 5:

Using your sewing machine, sew along the centre line to join all the pieces together. Then again with your machine sew a piece of ribbon to the front of your purse.

Step 6:

Now place all your pins and needles inside.

Step 7:

Tie up your ribbon and your purse is ready to go.

Make sure to let us know how you get on if you try this one out.

Feel free to comment with any questions you might have that we can help you out with.

Happy Crafting

Handsome and Pretty

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