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Quilting Pins 75 Piece

Quilting Pins 75 Piece

Regular price R 96.95
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SKU:NS012

47 in stock

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    Description

    Quilting pins are special pins that are used in quilting, a sewing technique used to make quilts. These pins have a number of special characteristics that make them ideal for quilting. Some of these characteristics include:

    1. Long length: Quilting pins are typically longer than regular sewing pins, which allows them to hold multiple layers of fabric together without bending.

    2. Sharp points: Quilting pins have sharp points that can easily penetrate through multiple layers of fabric without damaging the fibers.

    3. Large heads: Quilting pins have large heads that are easy to grasp, making them easy to handle and remove from the fabric.

    4. Smooth finish: Quilting pins have smooth finish which prevents snagging on the fabric.

    5. Variety of colors: Quilting pins come in variety of colors that are useful for color coding, quilting design and organization

    Uses of Quilting Pins:

    1. To hold multiple layers of fabric together while quilting.

    2. To mark the position of quilting lines and patterns on the fabric.

    3. To temporarily hold fabric in place while cutting or marking it.

    4. To create designs and patterns in the quilt by pinning fabric in a specific way.

    5. To hold batting and backing in place while quilting.

    6. To hold pieces of fabric in place while piecing them together.

    Quilting Pins Size 48 x 0.6mm 75 in box