I've done round-ups of free pin cushion patterns before, but I've seen some great pin cushion tutorials lately that I'd love to share with you. Check out the links below.
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Andrea from The Simple Craft Diaries shared a wonderful way to make cheap frames into pin cushions and her tutorial was featured on Dollar Store Crafts.
Cutting Corners College by Riley Blake Designs regularly shares pin cushion patterns designed and shared by guest bloggers. Here are some fun ones they've shared lately:
Click here to see a pin cushion ring tutorial as designed by Julia of Arcadia Cotton.
If you are a cowgirl at heart, make this cowboy boot pin cushion with a tutorial designed by Samantha Walker and shared on Cutting Corners College.
Designer Cindy Cloward shared a tutorial to make a butterfly pin cushion on Cutting Corners College.
Bree McElroy from Distant Pickles shared a tutorial to make a blowfish pin cushion on Cutting Corners College.
Natt Smith of Awesomeness of Crafting shared a tutorial to make kite pin cushion on Cutting Corners College.
Make a pin cushion cottage with a tutorial on Cutting Corners College as designed by Tonya Prawitt of Doodlebug Design Inc.
If you want to fit in a quick Halloween project before October 31st, then whip up these pumpkin pin cushions designed by Nancy from the SewSewHappyBlog and shared on Cutting Corners College.
Store some spools of thread in your pin cushion with this pin cushion tutorial designed by Rebecca of Charley, Dee and Me as featured on Cutting Corners College.
If you attend a lot of craft or doll classes then this travelling pin cushion tutorial designed by Jina Barney and shared on Cutting Corners College is for you.
Kimber Mitchell is the designer behind this "Sitting Pretty" miniature chair pin cushion tutorial featured on Cutting Corners College. This chair tutorial would also be great for doll makers who want a seat for a doll.
Catherine from Cat on a Limb shared a tutorial on how she turned a broken old jewellery box into this fabulous pin cushion. I can see doll makers using a similar method to create a stool or ottoman to on which to seat a doll.
Manuela from the blog Join the Mood shared the cutest free pattern to make a tea pot shaped pin cushion. Click the link to check it out.
Penny who blogs at Penny's Hands shared a tutorial to make this hexagon pin cushion that does double duty as a sewing caddy. Click the link to see how Penny did it.
These DIY Pin Cushion flowers look like a piece of modern art to me. See the tutorial shared by Kristina at Remade Simple by clicking the link.
Go really exotic and turn a kids plastic camel toy into a pin cushion with a very simple tutorial from Emi of the blog Small Good Things.
I've featured other links to free pin cushion patterns in the past, so head to the top left of my blog to find the search box and search for more pin cushion fabulousness.
Pin cushions always make great gifts for crafty friends - or just whip one up for yourself!