18TH CENTURY PIN PILLOW MINI SEW ALONG

These pin pillows were a practical tool that every 18th century woman owned. You can find 18th century images of pin pillows being worn at the waist, along with scissors, in a work bag or on a table. They survive in museum collections in various forms (usually fancy). Our pillows today are simple to make and can be a great scrap buster! In this video we will take you step by step through the process of making three different pillows. 

    Here are the supplies you will need:
    • 4 to 6 inch square of fabric per pillow depending on size.
    • Linen thread - any color.
    • 8-14 inches  of 1/2 inch paduasoy ribbon per pin pillow depending on treatment.
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