Clover Quilting Pins, Fine

December 10, 2013 - Comment

Quilting pins (fine) have a thin sharp tip so they can easily pass through fabric. There are 100 pins in this package. Measures .6 mm in diameter and 48 mm in length. Product Features Quilting pins (fine) have a thin sharp tip so they can easily pass through fabric There are 100 pins in this

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Quilting pins (fine) have a thin sharp tip so they can easily pass through fabric. There are 100 pins in this package. Measures .6 mm in diameter and 48 mm in length.

Product Features

  • Quilting pins (fine) have a thin sharp tip so they can easily pass through fabric
  • There are 100 pins in this package
  • Measures .6 mm in diameter and 48 mm in length
  • Pin head is made of iron proof glass

Comments

buttonskay says:

Did not think I would like these when I first received… I do a lot of quilting, and have never bought “true” quilting pins. I saw these, and thought it was time to get some better quilting pins. Well, they seem to almost kind of bend when I try and use them…I know that quilting pins are longer and thinner, and I assume it just takes a bit of getting used to the difference in length and diameter. They are nice in that the heads are glass (won’t melt while ironing…), and they are very thin, yet appear very sturdy. I have noticed while sewing that if you accidentally sew over one, it doesn’t affect anything. So, I think it is just a matter of getting used to them. I was even going to send them back, but used a few again today, and I think they are “growing” on me. So, I plan to keep them, and will update again, if needed. I mean, isn’t it a woman’s prerogative to change her mind?… Update: I love these pins, so I am very glad I kept them, and do recommend them.

M. Schoenfeld says:

Think silk pins are fine? These are finer! When I first started sewing with a machine, pins were pins. I was only doing clothing repairs, or ordinary garment sewing, which did not require a whole lot of precision.Then I started quilting. Suddenly, I needed a lot more precision. A friend turned me on to silk pins. Those were OK for a while, but then I decided it was better not to pin at all. Even using silk pins, it seemed to distort the fabric.As I grew more experienced with sewing precise quilt blocks, I found that I didn’t need or want to pin. I just held the fabric with my fingers. This is called, “finger pinning.”Even now, there are times when I need to pin. I like these Clover QUILTING Pins. The size on the container is 0.5 mm. These are fabulous. You will be very happy with them.But if you want an even finer pin, use the , which are 0.4 mm — and noticeably…

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