Quilters Pins - #28 - 1 3/4" x 0.026" - 175/Box - Yellow

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Sewing Pin Styles


Pin Thickness Sizing Guide

We know how difficult it can be to imagine just how thick a pin might be. So we took the guesswork out of it. Our pin thickness guide is sized on standard letter paper, so you can print it right at home and have it handy as a reference.

Sewing pins are available in a range of sizes, varying in both thickness and length. When choosing a sewing pin size, you'll want to consider the fabric you're using them for. In general, thicker pins are better for thicker, heavier fabrics, and thinner pins are more suited for lightweight materials. Using too large of a pin can leave visible pinholes behind in your fabric, so it's a good idea to use the thinnest pin your fabric will allow. (Make sure your pins aren't too thin, though—using a pin that's too light on heavy fabric can cause bent pins!)


Plastic Yellow Head Quilters Pins On Cutting Mat with Fabric Squares

Quilters Pins May Be Small, But They Are Mighty.

These size 28 quilters pins feature a yellow plastic head that stands out. The extra-long steel shaft of 1-3/4" is ideal for quilting. Sharp tips and a pin thickness of .026" are perfect for basting fabrics.