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|Fans of folk art will recognize the name given to useful items created by our
ancestors from things they had at hand. Pincushions were often make-do
projects. Pins were a precious commodity, and saved carefully for re-use.
Thrifty homemakers crafted pincushions for the purpose from a bit of fabric,
stuffing and whatever container or pedestal was ready for repurposing—a cup
with a crack, an empty spool, or a broken candlestick.
Make your pincushion and pop it into a container you already have on hand—
you have a make-do! Use a JABC kit to get started, or even better, use fabric
you already have on hand. The instructions given produce a flat–bottomed
pincushion that can stand on its own. Or you can drop the pincushion into a
mug, pop it into an old jar lid, or glue to the top of a spool. The pincushion
be-comes a make-do when you add the creative finish using something you
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