Two (2) Boxes Quantity 100 Clover Extra Fine Patchwork Pins ~ Article No. 2507 ~
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- Clover Extra Fine Patchwork Pins ~ (2) Boxes of 100 Pins
- Art. No. 2507
- 1-1/2 Inch Long ~ 0.4 mm ~ Extra fine pen that cuts through fabric smoothly.
- Uuseful for securing detailed piecework.
- Hattible glass head pens. Can be ironed.
6 x 4 x 0.5 inches
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April 20, 2014
Do these pins bend easily when trying to do piecing in quilting?
When I purchased these pins I actually wanted a different kind of pin but had been unable to find what I wanted. So I bought these pins. I have been extremely happy with these pins. I use them for quilting. They are very thin so I sew over them when I am piecing my fabrics. I do wish they were longer but I will continue to buy these pins in the future. As with all pins that you sew over they will sometimes bend if they hit the needle but I think I have had less of an issue with this because they are thin. If you will be using these pins for quilting I think you will be happy with them.
I purchased 2 pack recently,delivered empty bag thought I’d get replacement order but I got a refund is that practice usual?
no it isn't. They are usually very good at replacement orders.
Will it hurt these pins if stored on a pincushion?
I keep them stored in the containers they come in, as I do with all my good pins. Of course, they get mixed but that’s okay.
Would these work well for a one block wonder? six layers of fabric?
I really don’t know as I have not pinned 6 layers of fabric, however I really believe that they are too soft and would bend.
What gauge metal are these?
I don't know the gauge, but they are very thin and easily bent. I like them for holding in place small delicate pieces for my fabric collages, but I find them too thin for any normal pinning.
where are the fine patchwork pins made?
If I am not mistaken...they are made in Japan
Can you sew over these pins?
I guess you could, but I do not make a habit of sewing over any pins. These are very fine and longer than regular pins. If you were to hit one with your machine needle, it would probably bend into the opening.
How many pins total are you getting in this bulk option? 200 count or 400 count? I am confused that the single box is $7.68 and this deal is $19.99?
Each container is marked, "100 pins".
Says 2 boxes, is it 2 boxes with 100 pins in each box?
Yes, it is 100 pins per box. The labeling is not clear, but I took out 25 pins from one box and there were at least 3 X more pins still in the box than I had piled up next to it. So yes there are 200 pins in the order.