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Pinmoors

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larynx
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Pinmoors

Post by larynx » Sun Feb 25, 2018 4:35 am

Has anybody used them?...Do you like them?...Pros and cons?
I usually hand baste or curve safety pin baste but I saw this concept and thought it would be great if they actually work..Reviews are great overall but I trust you all the most.

Thanks for any help you all can give me.

((((Hugs))))) Sonya

auntjana
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Re: Pinmoors

Post by auntjana » Sun Feb 25, 2018 1:07 pm

I had to go and double check what they were. I have never used them, but many years ago I worked in fabric stores and on the notions wall, we carried a tool that was similar. Never sold one of then and all the reports I heard was they never worked. So I would be leery of them. Just my thoughts.

Jana

larynx
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Re: Pinmoors

Post by larynx » Sun Feb 25, 2018 2:28 pm

Thanks for your thoughts, Jana...I am leery of them..part of me wanted them to work but I kinda wondered..

Sonya

Rose92
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Re: Pinmoors

Post by Rose92 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 5:57 am

I use them when I pin small projects for quilting. Large quilting I use the safety pins, but small quilting I use the long flat head pins, easier to take out as I FM. However, the pins stick me all the time. So I use the pinmoors and no more pricks and blood spots! I like them.

**Linda

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