Sewing Clips replace pokey pins

January 29, 2019

I am a person looking for ways to simplify and streamline any project.  These clips will be useful when altering a garment, marking stitch depth without having to worry about hitting a pin and reduce risk of poking people with sharp objects.  Also works well with other types of craft work, paper, quilting, etc.  

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