Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion

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Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion

A quick and easy Hot Fudge Sundae tutorial.  There’s a sewing version and and no-sew version, whichever you prefer.
Either way it’s cute and fun all year round, especially Summer.

Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion

SUPPLIES

Fabric (3 different patterns)
Bowl
Trim-For top pin cushion and edge of bowl
Polyfil
1 Pom-pom

*For the no-sew version you will need 

Heat N’ Bond Iron-on Adhesive

Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion Tutorials

 

First, you will need to cut your fabric. The size of your bowl will determine the size of your fabric.

I used a regular dinner bowl and cut my fabric as follows:

Largest piece 12 x 12 Do not cut in half

Middle piece 10-1/2 x 5 and cut it in half

Top piece 7-1/2 x 3 and cut it in half

 

Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion Tutorials

I started with the bottom one and worked my way up. Lay your 12×12 pieces down on a flat surface.  Place a handful of Polyfil in the center.  Bring all four corners together and hand sew the ends together or use hot glue.  Add enough Polyfil to get your desired cushion.  You want it full like the one in the picture.

Put hot glue around the inside edges of the bowl and place the cushion inside the bowl.

Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion Tutorials

MIDDLE AND TOP PIECES

For the middle and top piece you will pin the pieces together with right sides facing each other and sew up all four sides.

  • Pinch one side of the fabric about 1 to 1-1/2″
  • Cut a slit
  • turn right side out
  • fill with Polyfil.

(See example in the above photo, except your fabric will already be turned right side out)

NOTE: If you are doing the no-sew version, you will use the Heat N’ Bond Iron-on Adhesive instead of sewing

TOP PIECE

NOTE: To add trim to the top piece, line up your trim to the edges with the decorative edge facing in, like the photo shown above. Put the other piece on top, making sure right sides are together. Pin in place and sew all four sides together.

TIP: If it’s easier, sew the trim onto one piece first, then place the second piece on top and sew all four sides together, making sure right sides are together.

  • Pinch one side of the fabric about 1″
  • cut a small slit
  • turn right side out
  • fill with Polyfil.

NOTE: If you are doing the no-sew version, you will use the Heat N’ Bond Iron-on Adhesive instead of sewing

ASSEMBLE

Add a dab of hot glue to the bottom of the second piece and put on top of the bottom piece.

Hot Fudge Sundae Pin Cushion Tutorials

Add a dab of hot glue to the top piece and put on top of the second piece.

Add a pom-pom to the top with a dab of hot glue.

Using hot glue, add trip around the edge of the bowl and a wooden spoon.

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Inspiration by: Jennifer Jangles


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