This small pincushion is made by Tilde. It uses 15 1″ squares from collection #1. The two sides are shown here.
You can use larger squares and get a larger pincushion.
Maybritt has a tutorial on her blog. Disregard her directions for using thin cardboard and English Paper-piecing, you don’t need that with Inklingo 🙂
The only thing I would do in preparation (apart from printing the shapes), is to iron down the seam-allowance on the last seam sown, so that it is easy to sewn down to the others, once the pincushion is stuffed.
I used wool-rowing to stuff it.