Fine Quilting Pins - 1 7/8" - 100/Pack - Blue & Yellow

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Dritz glass head pins are heat-resistant and feature blue and yellow crystal heads. Made from nickel-plated steel. Measure 1-7/8" long. 100 per package.


  • Heat-resistant
  • Can be used with magnets
  • Crystal heads
  • 0.019" thick

Product Specifications

Brand: Dritz®
Units: 100/Pack
Size / Dimension: 1 7/8" x .019" thick
Material: Nickel-plated steel
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March 16, 2019
Silk or Satin pin

These are the nicest silk/satin pins. I use these in my custom home decorating workroom, when I’m working with delicate fabrics, trims, fabrics with a very tight weave, and they’re great for fabrics that have a rubbery backing. They are very sharp, very thin, and very strong (I have been using the same pins for 2-3 years and only a few have bent, they are still like new). I love the longer length and the glass head. I keep them on a magnetic cushion, that is flat not a bowl. I lay them in one position, one color laying East to West and the other color laying West to East. Keeping them in order like this, you will not get pricked by the points. I keep the colors separate only for color coding my work, not for OCD tendencies.

Jennifer W.
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