I'm still fascinated by pincushions. Clearly. I've discovered various pincushion facts. For one, the Victorians had a thing for them, and there are many antique pincushions from that era. They liked to collect them. Two...pincushions can't just be a blob of stuffing. If there's too much stuffing, you run the risk of losing your needle down in the middle of your pincushion. Here's my latest:
Very small. Just intended for my embroidery needles (which I really wouldn't want to lose) and a couple of pins.
How small, you ask? Well, here's the Kingdom of Coco's own Vanna White to illustrate:
Built on a wooden ring that's been hanging around my workroom since the age of macramé. With felt flowers and embroidery.