A wee note about the Clip'n'Pincushion pattern: it's concise and easy to use and a perfect PDF download in my opinion, because I didn't have to print many pages and it would be easy to follow along on a screen.
Two really great things about the Clip'n'Pincushion:
1) Finally somewhere to quickly pop my clips AND pins while sewing.
3) It's quick and fun to construct.
The top of the Clip'n'Pincushion before construction is 5.5" so I got to use a leftover denim EZ Miter block. I used my EZ Miter fussy cutting guide to find the perfect coordinating focal print from April Rhodes' Wanderer Fabrics for Art Gallery Fabrics. I placed a piece of fleece-lined knit between the focal fabric and miter block before sewing it down with a zig zag stitch.
You can read more about the EZ Miter here.
I love this new pinnie of mine. You should make one. It's way too handy not to have. It would make a great gift, too!