Straight Pins - #20 - 1 1/4" x 0.030" - 1 lb./Box

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$11.45 - $12.55
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Sewing Pin Styles

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Straight Pins For Sewing, Dressmaking And More

Often used by tailors and dressmakers, Straight Pins are as simple as a sewing pin gets: a straight, sharp, all-metal pin with no ball head. They’re a great option for hand sewing because the small, flat head gives the pins a lower profile, making them less likely to get caught on your sewing thread. They’re also safe to iron and most Straight Pins (with the exception of Brass Straight Pins) can be picked up with a magnet. Straight Pins are available in multiple lengths and weights for different fabrics. Lightweight straight pins are ideal for fine fabrics and slippery materials like silk because of their extra-thin shafts and super-sharp points that won’t leave pinholes in the fabric. Or, try medium-weight pins for all-purpose sewing and heavy pins like Steel Bank Straight Pins for working with thicker materials.