Chicken Pincushion Pattern

Chicken Pincushion Pattern

Chicken Pincushion Pattern
Chicken Pincushion Pattern
This image courtesy of reannalilydesigns.com

"Want to make an adorable pincushion with me? I have never been a big pincushion gal until I started using a pincushion. Holy smokes. And why not have a sweet little chicken pincushion? I can have a whole flock without noise, feathers, smell, coop, or HOA restrictions! Side question: Is it a chicken if it doesn’t lay eggs? Mine definitely do not lay eggs, so maybe these are rooster pincushions? We can overthink this on another day."

NotesThis fun, practical pin cushion can be made from fabric scraps in any color. They are incredibly quick to sew and make fun party, retreat, or neighbor gifts. Enjoy a whole flock of pin cushions using this easy tutorial.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Materials List

  • 2 Fabric rectangles 4-1/2" x 4" (body)
  • One fabric square 1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″ (beak)
  • One small swatch of felt for comb
  • One small swatch of felt cut into a heart for wings
  • Ground Nut Shells (filling)
  • Two small beads or buttons for eyes
  • Hand sewing needle and thread
  • Embroidery floss & needle (for wings, optional)
  • Elmer’s glue (optional)
  • Seamingly Accurate Seam Guide (optional)

Instructions

  1. Fold beak into triangle

  2. Cut comb from wool

  3. Pin beak and comb to right side rectangle

  4. Layer both rectangles

  5. Use 1/4 seam allowance to sew three sides

  6. Turn rightside out to check for beak/comb placement

  7. Turn wrongside out, pin lower edge

  8. Sew at corners

  9. Turn rightside out. Tuck in seam allowances. Hand sew closed

  10. Add walnut filling

  11. Hand sew beads for eyes

  12. Cut heart in half to create wings. Glue in place

  13. Add hand embroidery stitches to felt wings.

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