Pink Castle Fabrics and Stash Fabrics) as soon as it came out, and I've been having a hard time resisting cutting into it! I just needed a tiny strip of most of the prints for this project, but those little strips make a lot of impact here. I added a few coordinating solids here from my stash, all Michael Miller Cotton Couture (available at Pink Castle Fabrics and Stash Fabrics).
The pincushion pattern is another one from Alexia Abegg's Liberty Love book. I know I keep raving about that book, but I just love it! Making two projects from the same book is a record for me, and there are more that I want to try. (Note: if you make this pincushion, there is a minor error in the cutting directions, so check the Liberty Love flickr group for the correction before starting!)
Florette in Crystal, and I added some teal crochet trim around the edges.
I quilted the front in straight lines, which took all of two minutes on such a tiny project!
This pincushion is headed off to its new home with a sweet friend. Jeni should have her own Color Me Retro pincushion, don't you think? (Surprise, Jeni!)