Handy All-in-One Pincushion and Button Bottle

Pincushion is a necessity whenever we are sewing.  At times, we also need to replace the lost buttons on our shirt or pants.  And having a lot of canisters to accommodate this is quite a mess.  In order to organize things, we will be making a handy, all-in-one pincushion and button bottle.  This will make your life easier; especially to the moms out there that loves sewing as a hobby.  The materials can be found easily in our household and this is cheap to make.  So if you want to have one, let us start making now!

 

Supplies for handy all-in-one pincushion and button bottle

  • small glass bottle (e.g. Gerber, baby food bottles, etc.)
  • a piece of craft felt
  • ½ centimeter thick green satin ribbon
  • blue acrylic paint
  • paint brush
  • scissors
  • hot glue
  • craft felt fillings or cotton fillings can be an alternative

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Follow the proper method in making this Handy All-in-One Pincushion and Button Bottle:

Step 1:  Clean glass bottle and remove the unnecessary stickers around it.

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Step 2:  Paint the body of the bottle using an acrylic paint.  This is the best paint that can be used in materials like this.  Let it dry for an hour.

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Step 3:  Cut a piece of craft felt in reference to the diameter of the bottle cap.  Make sure to leave an extra 1 centimeter border on the edge.

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Step 4:  Cut the craft felt border vertically towards the sides of the can.  Observe proper spacing for this to achieve better results.

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Step 5:  Make a second coating to the glass body once dried.  Let it dry for an hour.

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Step 6:  Hot glue each of the vertically sliced felt on the rim of the bottle cap.  Make sure to leave a small opening, since we will put some fillings after.

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Step 7:  Cut the craft felt fillings (or whatever alternative fillings that are available) into tiny bits of pieces.

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Step 8:  Insert the fillings inside the top cap through the open hole.  Use the tip of the scissor to push the fillings inside.

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Step 9:  Seal the small opening on the top cap using hot glue.

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Step 10:  Glue the green satin ribbon around the rim of the bottle cap.

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Step 11:  Put now your buttons on the bottle and your pins on the pincushion and you are ready to go!

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Step 12:  Finally done!  You now have a handy, all-in-one pincushion and button bottle that you can use whenever you are sewing.

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