Spool Pins

Debi Ledford of Knoxville, Tennessee, loves making jewelry. She started
five years ago and has worked in several techniques. Even though she now
has two children, ages 10 months and 4 years, she sells her "Debi
Doodles" at crafts fairs and flea markets. Debi says the spool pins also
make great button covers--just attach them to removable, clip-on button
covers instead of pinbacks.

TO MAKE: Buy 3 miniature (1/2"-long) wooden thread spools from a crafts
store. Wind each with a different-color embroidery floss. Fasten the end
with a drop of white glue. Arrange the spools to touch each other, but
keep the back flat so you can attach a pinback. Use a glue gun or tacky
glue to stick them together and attach the pinback.

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