And by warning, I mean I've never done a tutorial before. I've always been afraid that I'm not very good at them.
This one is simple enough that I think that I can handle it. Please feel free to ask questions if something doesn't make sense or have other questions.
With this I ask that you wish me luck and maybe if this one is good as it sounds in my head, I'll make more.
I made this cute little mason jar pin cushion in under an hour.
mason jar with a two part lid
hot glue gun
hot glue sticks
Cut a 1/4 inch away from the inside of the circle (make it smaller) so it doesn't touch the sides of the lid.
(I had to eyeball it because I haven't had a compass since high school)
Then glue that paper to the bottom side of the flat lid. I used paper to help keep the fabric secured to the lid. Hot glue doesn't stay stuck to metal well.
The notches are for easy folding.
4. Place the fiber fill in between the top part of the flat circle lid and the wrong side of the fabric. Have the fabric facing wrong side up, then the fill with the bottom side up lid on top (like a sandwich, a very dry and tough sandwich).
Hot glue is well…HOT! Please be careful.
Pull snug but not too tight. Remember to have a tall enough mount on the top.
Continue to glue down the rest of the notches.
If you want more poof to the top, just make adjustment s to the fabric size and the amount fiber fill.
Again, I hope this tutorial makes sense and easy to follow.