Eight lovely tinned steel provision pins at 95mm/4″
No end of labelling and tagging uses for these tradition long pins with spiked end.
The right pin for every task all in one handsome box. It’s a gift.
We have taken the favourites from our pin range and put them all together for a smashing gift for yourself or someone you really love. As if that weren’t enough we’ve made the set cheaper than buying individual boxes and are giving away the box! • Dressmaking Pins • Entomology Pins • Black Bulb Pins • Glass Headed Pins • Small Black Safety Pins
Traditional dressmaking pins, nickel plated and made to last.
A little black box full of best dressmaking pins – 32mm x 0.65mm. Weight 28g or 1oz.
Lovely glass headed pins in a multitude of colours to suit your every mood.
Multi-coloured glass headed pins – easy to find in fabric! 30mm x 0.60mm
Spare the butterflies and use these ultrafine black pins for your silks and antique cloths.
Merchant & Mills are proud to have sourced the finest, blackest pins known to man. For butterflies and fine fabrics, these are irresistible. 38mm x 0.45mm
These short redheads come all the way from the oldest pin factory in Spain.
Traditional lace making pins that were originally colour coded for following a pattern but we like them just in flame red! 0.59mm x 26mm (approx 200 pins)
The bulb pin lets a tag hang tidily from a safety pin and is perfectly simple.
21mm long and like safety pins but with a wide bowl at the bottom for tags etc. Already pear shaped so nothing can go wrong.
Properly useful little black safety pins that you would regeret not buying.
A tidy amount, or boxful, of tiny (23mm) fine, black safety pins for all your safety pinning needs, except the big ones.
Burgundy painted fine safety pins, full of charm and utility.
Another unusual find for us, thoroughly nostalgic and eminently useful they will enrich all your safety pinning activities. (28mm)
These delicate little beauties do away with the usual collar.
Traditional French safety pins with no coil to catch on threads or weave, so ideal for knitters and sewists alike. These little golden beauties are a rare find, at 24mm they are small and perfectly formed.
At 45mm long, these French, black glass head pins are strong, and quite beautiful.
These traditional toilet pins are an unusual pin being quite long at 45mm. Before the button became commonplace, many clothes were pinned together and a lady would have pins on her dressing table. The toilet pins come from and era when one would need pins for hats, corsage,etc. These are made in Spain and used to pin together layers of very thick fabrics – particularly useful in curtain making.