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Step 3: TIE THE ELASTIC CORD

-Next, lace the 6" piece of elastic cord through the holes.

Make sure that the two ends are in 'the opening of the cap.

-Now you are ready to "size your ring"...you want it to be snug but, not tight! After adjusting to the correct size, triple knot the two ends and tuck inside the cap.
<p>THANK YOU. i love this. plus you gave me more ideas.god bless you love donise feb 22,2015 12pm amen thanks again</p>
I'm always looking for new ideas when I participate in Boutiques at my local community Park,church or school. This is a great idea! I think I will use velcro strips instead of elastic so the ring can be sized to different fingers.Thanks for the idea!
I just made one of these for my grandmother for Christmas, she does a lot of beadwork and needlework. It turned out adorably and it's just the right size. Great idea - thanks a lot!<br />
well, i am a big sewer and i have THOUSANDS of fabric scraps and NO place to put my needles and pins! this is perfect! and its even better because you can wear it on your hand!!! portable!! :) thanks for the great idea and keep on craftin' craftmatic!
you have inspired me i am going to make a lot of this with my children thank you and await more projects
Mario 1up Mushroom anyone?
Wow--that is so cute and it looks easy--my kind of project. Thanks for sharing. Suzanne in TX www.spt2.blogspot.com
This is a super idea! Finally a good use for all of my fabric scraps. The instructions are very clear and colorful, and this idea is beyond creative. I know from sewing experience that pins can easily be lost, but this easy hands free pin cushion is fabulous!

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