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Sunday, November 5, 2017

The Mouse Pin Cushion





Little Mouse Pin Cushion
 

I made these a few years ago 
aren't they the cutest 
little creatures.
The pattern for these is given
as a Free Gift from
Helen 
at 
BUSTLE & SEW 
her blog is a delight and if you
have not visited it 
I encourage you 
to  visit and follow.
You will love it.
http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-lMjHX4gqaF0/UiecNb-9yeI/AAAAAAAAG5M/zgzCs5eG3xc/s1600/P1014987.JPG
She is also giving away a kit for this
little mouse . . .
visit now and get in on the drawing of names.
Her Blog:
https://bustleandsew.com/giveaway/pin-cushion-mice-are-back-a-giveaway-for-you/ 

Also Helen has a 
free printable pattern
for this mouse . . .
you can find it here.
All that she asked from me, 
to send you the free pattern was 
that I mentioned her blog.
 That's easy to do, because it is 
enchanting :)

 
It's gift giving time 
and this little pin cushion would make 
a lovely gift to any of 
your friends that sew.

Keep Smiling!

Your blogging sister,
Connie :)


34 comments:

  1. Cute mice. I've never seen her blog. I'll have to check it out

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    1. Hi Ann, I think that you will really like her blog. She has some wonderful patterns and ideas:)

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  2. The Little Mouse Pin Cushions are just so cute - I'll have to go have a look Helen's blog.

    All the best Jan

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    1. I know you'll like her blog, she is very creative :)

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  3. The Halloween mice look especially sweet!
    Cheers, Karen
    http://sunburntquilts.com.au/

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    1. What sewer doesn't love cute pin cushions, right? Helen's blog is filled with cuteness :)

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  4. Oh So Cute, Connie. I will be popping over to visit her! Thanks. I have a mouse pattern for a Christmas ornament that I have made for years and it reminds me of this one. xo Diana

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    1. Hi Diana, I think you'll love Helen's adorable work . . . her blog is so fun:)

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  5. Very sweet, Connie! I like mice (not real ones).

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  6. Cute little mice. I've already tucked away the instructions. Thank you for alerting us to the Bustle and Sew blog.

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    1. Helen's blog is so adorable I know that you will love her patterns :)

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  7. And it looks easy too. Thanks for sharing Connie. It's cute!

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    1. It is easy, I'm thinking about teaching my granddaughters to make them when they come to visit :)

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  8. Oh Connie, thank you! The little mice are adorable. I've just got to have one. Wonder if my kitties leave it alone? :) I'm going now to see her blog.

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    1. You were one of my blogging sisters that I was thinking of when I saw her free pattern again. Everyone that sews needs a pin cushion mouse :)

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  9. Those little mice are the sweetest thing I’ve seen in a long time. I will be going over to check out the blog very soon. Thank you for letting us know about Helen. Blessings, Betsy

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    1. They are cute . . . I wish that I would have been creative enough to think up this pattern. I know that you will love her blog and her other patterns as well. Her blog is filled with inspiration:)

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  10. Oh Connie thank you so very much for providing the link for this charming creature. I am absolutely swooning over your quilted creations too. Have a beautiful day!

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    1. You are going to love her blog, it is very inspiring and this time of the year, I need a little inspiration, LOL
      Thank you for your kind comment, I am delighted that you like my quilt:)

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  11. Very cute mice. I have the pattern from Bustle and Sew, but have never sewn it up. Yours are so cute!

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    1. Hi Lorrie, Helen's blog is a sweet place to visit . . . I am not surprised that you already follow her. Have a lovely day and happy quilting:)

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  12. Hi Connie, Those mice are so cute! I visited her blog and just need to download the pattern. More things to do!! I also signed up for her newsletter. Thank you for sharing with us!! Nancy

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    1. I knew you would like her blog, she is very inspiring :)

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  13. Hi Connie, trying to catch up on blogs and had to stop by yours. What cute little mice, makes me wish I sewed more. I will check out Helens blog. Hope your having a lovely day.

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    1. You are so sweet . . . yes, thank you, I am having a very sweet day :)

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  14. Connie, your mice are adorable. Thanks for sharing the link. I've downloaded the pattern and signed up for the newsletter. Can't wait to spend some time looking over the rest of Helen's blog. Hugs, Nancy

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    1. I thought you might like that mouse pattern . . . just goes to show that a pin cushion can be adorable :)

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  15. Oh they are the cutest little things.

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    1. Helen's blog is filled with little woodland creatures from pillows to softies. This little mouse is a free pattern and makes a darling gift.

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  16. The mice are just the cutest, love their little ears, they would make cute gifts, thanks for sharing :)

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    1. They're just fun little creatures to have running around the sewing room . . . and they don't make a mess, LOL.

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  17. These are the only kind of mice I love! So, so sweet.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  18. I like the coloured ears on your mice - a nice touch. :)

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