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Topics: Brooch, Pendant

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I have a fancy pin that I would like to wear as a necklace. How do I remake it?
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Topics: Pins, Shawl

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How do you make shawl pins?
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Topics: Safety Pins

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I purchased safety pins (H20-6263FN) for a bead project to go along with stretch awareness bracelets I make and sell. I want to put beads on the pins but realized the beads must be on the opposite side, (have to pass the loop). Do you have any suggestions, can the loop be expanded and closed again or is there another way? This is my first time using safety pins. Thank you.
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Topics: Brooch-Making Information

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What is the best glue to use to make brooches? Is there a book on making brooches, hat pins and kilt pins?
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Topics: Hat Pins

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I'm looking to make some hat pins for my hat. I live in Chicago and don't enjoy chasing my hat down the street. Can you help?
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Topics: Marking Pin Substitute

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I'm looking for something called a "marking pin." They are normally 3" long, and used to mark your place on fabric. I have seen them for use on cross stitch embroidery, usually with a bead or charm attached to the head part. It would seem to me that headpins are too flimsy. This should be something strong, with a blunt end. Do you carry these, or know where I can find them?
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