Sewing 101: A Modern Pin Cushion

Sewing 101: A Modern Pin Cushion

 

Ever see your mom’s tomato pin cushion or your grandmother’s? They look adorable but pin cushions now have really cute designs you can purchase for inexpensive prices and/or make your own. However, I have invested in a modern pin cushion called the Clover Magnetic Pin Caddy. Yes, it is magnetic! Hands down this is the best thing I could have ever bought to help me organize the pins while working on a project. I love this magnetic case as it picks up any pin that is loose at your work station. Run it over and the pins will come crawling to the base of the magnetic caddy within seconds. The pins lay in two directions and allows you to pick up a pin with ease. With the Caddy I own, there is a separate compartment where I can store all my extra pins or other small sewing tools to aid in my sewing projects. Investing in some tools like this Clover Magnetic Pin Caddy will aid a beginner sewer or advanced sewer and provide a more fun and encouraging experience. Plus, if you feel like you have lost some of the pins on the floor, take the magnet casing and run it over the areas where pins may have dropped and no pin would get stuck in someone’s foot! Shop at your local fabric store and/or online to find this Clover Magnetic Pin holder!

The pin caddy totally replaces a traditional pin cushion

The pin caddy totally replaces a traditional pin cushion

Pin Caddy

Pin Caddy

Completely magnetic to hold onto the pins

Completely magnetic to hold onto the pins

Has a handy cap to keep the pins inside when not using

Has a handy cap to keep the pins inside when not using

Pin Caddy

Pin Caddy

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