Free Pincushion Patterns
Use our free patterns to fashion quick and easy pincushions for yourself and your sewing friends!
For a sweet, scrappy pincushion, appliqué wedges in a rainbow of assorted prints and wrap the finished project in a novelty ribbon.
Compose a duo of pincushions featuring plus signs in varying sizes.
The bees and blooms on these appliquéd and embroidered wool pincushions prove spring has sprung.
Bright Bloom Pincushion
Practice your embroidery with a flower pincushion featuring both machine- and hand-stitched embellishments.
Pretty Pincushion Stack
These quick-to-make pincushions are cute enough to give individually or as a towering set of three.
Foundation-piece tiny triangles into a pincushion that has geometric appeal.
Big & Bold
Don't spend time searching for your pincushion. Make a jumbo, tufted cushion in bright, lively prints and finding it will be a cinch!
Blooming Batik Pincushion
Use a black-and-white batik as a foundation to showcase beautiful and bright colors. A Dresden Plate block blooms like a flower from the center of this pincushion.
Felted wool pincushions will be the hit of the party when given as take-home favors.
Singer Featherweight Pincushion
Use scraps to create a Singer Featherweight sewing machine on an oversize pincushion. Let a Nine-Patch block represent a quilt ready to be sewn.
Build a Block
Utilize your stash to create an oversize Courthouse Steps pincushion from 1"-wide strips.
Machine-stitch a trio of cute-as-can-be pincushions with Dresden stars on top. Pick your favorite fabric scraps, a bit of rickrack, and buttons, then tie it all together with solid white.
Wool and Whimsy
Love to work with wool? Bring garden-fresh blooms to any sewing table with folk art wool pincushions that you can stitch in an afternoon.
Bags, Pillows, and Pincushions
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Folk Art Felt
Quickly hand-stitch a trio of whimsical felt pincushions.
Snip, stitch, and stuff. Soon you will have a garden of flower pincushions.
Use fusible and dimensional appliqué techniques to add textural petals.
Create these pincushions as gifts for quilters. To personalize them, select bits of ribbon, rickrack, and fabric from a memorable event or choose trims in colors that complement a sewing room decor.
Make a bunch of acorn-inspired felt pincushions and needle books, then squirrel them away for holiday gifts.
Welcome the season into your sewing room with bluework pincushions used alone or as a pair. Hand-embroidered pine branches, snowmen, and trees create the letters.
On Pins & Needles Pincushion
Bold fabrics, bright buttons, and colorful ribbon elevate practical pincushions to new heights.
Cut and piece 5-inch precut squares to frame an appliqué panel and create a patchwork back for a handy pin keeper.
Stack a set of three pincushions for a cute addition to the holiday sewing frenzy.
Use felted wool scraps to appliqué sunflower pincushions to wristbands for fellow quilters and needlework artists.
Bright fabric scraps make up a merry Log Cabin pincushion.
Ideal for tying onto a sewing basket, these tiny pincushions are great gifts for your quilting buddies.
Spring Hats Pincushion
Wool pincushions pose as spring hats, making them perfect party favors for a Mother's Day luncheon or sewing circle. Or make several for yourself and keep one in each of your sewing baskets.