Happy Wednesday sewing enthusiasts,
It’s Jennifer Tryon here with my weekly Crafter’s Companion Blog takeover! Be sure to check back every Wednesday for a special sewing blog post from yours truly. I’ll be making sacks full of exciting projects including, clutch bags, bunting and even a Gemini cover! I can’t wait to get started.
This week, I’m showing you to make these pretty clothes pins!
Crafter’s Companion Felt and Glitter Fabric
Optional: flat head push pin or magnets
Rose and peony metal dies for fabric
Cut glitter fabric to fit over the flat end of your clothespin. Glue into place. Cut out felt
using either the Rose or Peony die. Roll die up to form the flower and glue the bottom
into place. I used Tacky Glue. Then Glue the bottom of the flower to the top of your
glitter fabric on the clothes pin.
If you want to make your clothespin into a magnet you can simply glue a small round
magnet to the back side of your clothes pin using a strong adhesive like E6000.
You may also alter your clothes pin by glueing a flat head pushpin to the back using a
strong adhesive like E6000. Once adhesive dries and sets, you can use the clothespin
on bulletin and cork boards to hold papers and decorate.