18th Century Wool Pin Cushions - Green
Two styles of 18th century pin cushions are available. An essential part of every sewing kit.
Heart and square shaped pin cushions were popular throughout the 18th century and are seen in several period paintings and prints. Red was a common color but other colors occasionally appear as well. Squares are commonly seen in the 1730s and 1740s while hearts show up more frequently in the 1750s to 1770s.
These pin cushions are made from moss green 100% wool broadcloth with linen ties to attach to your apron strings. Each measures approximately 3". Sizes vary slightly. Please select style from the dropdown menu.
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