Dritz 3005 Quilting Pins, 1-3/4-inch, Yellow (175-count)

Amazon.com Price: $4.89 (as of 21/11/2021 01:21 AM Details )

  • Perfect for basting quilt layers
  • Ideal for holding multiple layers of fabric, loose fabrics, synthetic fur, plush velvet and thick fabrics
  • Extra long steel with yellow heads
  • Packed in a reusable plastic storage box
  • DThis package contains < > Ct. Quilter's Pins, Size 1-3/4″

Product Description


Dritz has an extensive line of quilting ideas crafted with innovation and quality to give you the tools needed to create wonderful memories like these Dritz Quilter's Pins size< > (1-3/4 inch), < > Count package. These straight pins are for securing fabrics. Perfect for basting quilt layers, holding multiple layers of fabric, loose weaves, synthetic fur, plush velvets and thick fabrics. Equipped with a yellow plastic ball head. Packed in a reusable plastic box.

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Product Dimensions

3.5 x 2.94 x 0.75 inches

Item Weight

1.31 ounces


Prym Consumer USA

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What is the size of the head? What is the diameter?

1/8 inch or 3.5 mm.

length from end to end including head

they are just a bit over 1 3/4", total about 1 13/16th" or about 4mm. Hope that helps.

What's the diameter of these pins? I'm trying to compare them to the Clover quilting pins, which are 0.6mm in diameter and 48mm in length.

I no longer have the packaging, but they measure 45mm total, and diameter of yellow bead is just under 0.4mm maybe 0.375 across (using my ruler), I do not have my calipers handy (I use for jewelry) Hope this helps.

are these magnetic

Yes, Dritz Quilter Pins are magnetic, or they become magnetized when they are on a magnet. I use a pin holder that is magnetic. It holds the pins and also finds stray pins from table and rug. I purchased it 15-20 Years ago from a store that sells sewing stuff. I'm pretty sure Amazon Sells the same round magnetic pin holder. Be sure to keep sewing needles away from the magnetic holder. It attaches to anything metallic.