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Gerda
Posted 2010-11-18 12:15 PM (#52825)
Subject: Pinmoors



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What's that, you ask? I did too, until I saw the video on Esther Aliu's blog and followed the link! What a great idea!!! Check it out here (I think you can only order directly from this site) http://www.pinmoor.com/about.html  It's the handiest idea I've seen in a LOOOOONNNNG time! No more safety pins!

Gerda



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bobtailcat
Posted 2010-11-18 12:29 PM (#52827 - in reply to #52825)
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Thanks, Gerda - this looks like a great idea. Not fastening safety pins sounds like a wonderful thing - no more ouchy hand! I'm definitely going to order some. Thanks for finding these!!
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Gerda
Posted 2010-11-18 1:58 PM (#52830 - in reply to #52825)
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You're welcome, Barb, I think I might buy me a package, as well.

Gerda
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debbieann
Posted 2010-11-18 4:50 PM (#52837 - in reply to #52825)
Subject: Re: Pinmoors


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Now those look like neat little gizmoes. As good as sliced bread. lol Way to go Gerda.

HUgs and stitches

Debbieann
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Gilly
Posted 2010-11-18 4:53 PM (#52839 - in reply to #52825)
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I dont like them I you have to put in the pin and then find the pinmoor and attach at least with my safety pin it is one movement and I keep losing the moors LOL

I will have another go at them though
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sew__n__so
Posted 2010-11-18 9:39 PM (#52844 - in reply to #52825)
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I just watched her video demo on the product, and I can say that I would probably not buy them for the quilting, but to use them to hold hand sewing needles or numbering rows--now maybe I would like them for that!! It seems that when I pin a piece of paper to my rows, that I either get poked, or they fall out before I get the rows sewed together!!

might check these out.....

Midge W
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