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Not only are pins and needles two of the most imperative components of sewing, they also have histories that date further back than many of the apparel industry’s most revered items, including pants and shoes. Coincidentally, both the sewing pin and the sewing needle were hand-made out of bone over 17000 years ago by Western Europeans and Central Asians. Arguably the hardest working pair in the world of sewing, sewing pins were primarily used to hold clothing or pages of books together, while its perforated counterpart, the needle, did the work of gripping and sewing the thread. By the beginning of the 19th Century, sewing pins and needles had reached a popularity rivaled only by that of today’s sewing machine.

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  1. Product #: 111692 Schmetz Quilting Needles - 75/11

    Designer: Schmetz

    $4.98  / Package
  2. Product #: 312884 Chief Brass Safety Pins

    Designer: Chief

    $19.99  / Package
  3. Product #: 102954 Dritz Blanket Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $3.48  / Package
  4. Product #: 100099 Grabbit Magnetic Pin Cushion

    Designer: Grabbit

    $14.94  / Package
  5. Product #: 100122 Embroidery Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  6. Product #: 100807 Craft Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $8.24  / Package
  7. Product #: 100814 Dritz Size 00-3/4 Safety Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.28  / Package
  8. Product #: 100838 Dritz Size 9 Sharp Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  9. Product #: 100138 A-100/16 Schmetz Pins & Needles

    Designer: Schmetz

    $3.78  / Package
  10. Product #: 100149 Style DCx1F 90/14 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $4.78  / Package
  11. Product #: 100219 10 Assorted Size Dritz Safety Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.28  / Package
  12. Product #: 100220 50 Assorted Size 1 & 2 Dritz Safety Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.89  / Package
  13. Product #: 100126 Quilting Betweens Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  14. Product #: 100137 A-70/10 Schmetz Pins & Needles

    Designer: Schmetz

    $3.78  / Package
  15. Product #: 100139 A-80/12 Schmetz Pins & Needles

    Designer: Schmetz

    $3.78  / Package
  16. Product #: 100147 Style 2045 90/14 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $4.78  / Package
  17. Product #: 100983 Assorted Sizes Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $5.49  / Package
  18. Product #: 100120 Chenille Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  19. Product #: 100121 Beading Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  20. Product #: 100129 Dritz Size 7 Sharp Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  21. Product #: 100146 Style 20/20 70/9 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $4.99  / Package
  22. Product #: 100151 Style 2026 100/16 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $4.58  / Package
  23. Product #: 100215 50 Assorted Size 00, 1, 2 & 3 Dritz Safety Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.68  / Package
  24. Product #: 100222 Size 3-2 Dritz Safety Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.28  / Package
  25. Product #: 100805 Dritz Size 3/9 Sharp Needles

    Designer: Dritz

    $2.24  / Package
  26. Product #: 100982 Style 2045 size 80/11 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $5.49  / Package
  27. Product #: 100144 Style 20/20 80/11 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $4.99  / Package
  28. Product #: 100145 Style 20/20 110/18 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $3.99  / Package
  29. Product #: 100148 Style 2045 100/16 Singer Pins & Needles

    Designer: Singer

    $4.28  / Package
  30. Product #: 100159 T-Pins

    Designer: Dritz

    $4.38  / Package
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Not only are pins and needles two of the most imperative components of sewing, they also have histories that date further back than many of the apparel industry’s most revered items, including pants and shoes. Coincidentally, both the sewing pin and the sewing needle were hand-made out of bone over 17000 years ago by Western Europeans and Central Asians. Arguably the hardest working pair in the world of sewing, sewing pins were primarily used to hold clothing or pages of books together, while its perforated counterpart, the needle, did the work of gripping and sewing the thread. By the beginning of the 19th Century, sewing pins and needles had reached a popularity rivaled only by that of today’s sewing machine.

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