your favorite seamster will surely appreciate this sweet hand-stitched pincushion!
100% handmade with love, using cotton madras plaid fabric, wool felt, and filled with synthetic (i.e. mouse and moth-proof!) stuffing. i adore sewing these little classic icons of needlework; i make them from the fabric scraps leftover from dressmaking. each is unique and quirky!
this listing is for one pincushion, the navy, yellow and pale pink plaid one in the 1st, 3rd and 5th photos. not to be used as a toy.
thanks for considering where you shop, and supporting handmakers!
i ship using USPS Priority Mail, which takes 2-3 business days. convo me in advance of purchase if you'd like to make other arrangements.
i also ship internationally by USPS Priority International, which takes 6-10 BUSINESS days. please convo me with your country and i will send you a shipping quote. please note that i am not responsible for duties or customs charges within your country.
i have made-to-order as well as ready-to-ship pieces in my shop. items that are indicated as "ready-to-ship" will be sent within 3 days of purchase, but usually the very next day. "made-to-order" items take 3-4 weeks to make and ship.
i CANNOT take responsibility for items lost in shipping, unless you want to add insurance to the package. this must be arranged in advance of purchase!!!
i accept credit cards and Paypal. item will ship only after payment is received.
Returns & exchanges
i want my customers to be happy with their purchase! if there is any problem, please notify me within 7 days of receipt. please note that all return and exchange shipments will be at the customer's expense.
i am now offering made-to-order listings! here's how it works:
1. choose the listing that best fits what you desire. the details (i.e. sleeve length, yoke style, etc) will be specified in the description. there is flexibility within each listing, but they are priced according to the details as posted. if you have questions before ordering, please ask!
2. choose your fabric from the *hodge podge fabric stockroom* over on flickr: