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Topic: Sorting hat thread catcher and pin cushion  (Read 7073 times)
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« Reply #20 on: September 03, 2013 09:32:26 PM »

This is great!  I didn't even know what a thread catcher was before I saw this, but now I need one.  Your Sorting Hat looks amazing.  One question - how do you keep it from sliding off the work surface when you use it?  Is the pincushion weighted, or backed by some kind of non-skid material, or what?

Once again, awesome job!
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« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2013 01:39:10 PM »

AWESOME likeness... my question is how did you do the face?!

Thanks the face was hit and miss. I just cut the felt into the shapes and sewed it up. Sorry I know that's not much help

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This is great!  I didn't even know what a thread catcher was before I saw this, but now I need one.  Your Sorting Hat looks amazing.  One question - how do you keep it from sliding off the work surface when you use it?  Is the pincushion weighted, or backed by some kind of non-skid material, or what?

Once again, awesome job!

Thank you I attached some no slip material to the bottom and weighed the pincushion down with some dry beans.
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