This makes great gifts for sewing friends, teachers, table decorations, or sewing club gifts.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1 Canning Jar (any size works)
- 6” X 6” Fabric Scrap
- Needle and Thread
- Hot Glue Gun
- Piece of cardboard or felt
Round out the edges of the 6 x 6 piece of fabric. It doesn’t have to be perfect, either.
Take the needle and thread and make a loose running stitch around the inside edge of the fabric.
Or, set a sewing machine on the longest stitch length and stitch around the outer edge.
Add more batting if it isn’t pouffy enough.
Hot glue the fabric to the bottom of the lid. This helps hold it all in place. Be sure to trim the thread tails.
Push the pin cushion into the jar ring.
Fill the jars with buttons, sewing notions, pins, or even candy.
Top with some really cute pins.
This will be the last time where I use the word pouffy in this post.
For more Mason Jar inspiration, follow my Pinterest Mason Jar Board
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