Specialty pins for a variety of sewing, crafts & DIY endeavors.
New Dritz® straight pins are colorful and functional. A variety of specialty pin styles means there’s a perfect pin for whatever it is you want to do or make. General sewing? Why not try a pretty pearlized heart pin. Basic crafts? Petite pearlized pins are short, which makes them ideal for DIY floral design. Creating your own wall art? You’ll be surprised at what you can do with map pins. Who knew straight pins had so much personality?
|New Dritz® straight pins include map pins, petite pearlized pins, pearlized heart pins and T-pins. Each pin has distinctive characteristics, suited for a specific end use. The pins come in a handy reusable storage box, so it’s easy to keep them organized.|
|Pearlized heart pins are the real deal. Each has an extra-long, fine shaft and a sharp point, which means they work hard to provide function for your sewing. And don’t you love the bright decorative hearts? Pretty and smart – you can’t beat that!|
|The most obvious use of map pins? Maps, of course! Use them to mark trips or dream vacations on your map or globe. Or, add interest to parties or weddings by having guests mark where they are from. Sharp, angled points puncture paper easily.|
|A not-so-obvious use of map pins? Pin art. Map pins have brightly colored heads that can be used to make one-of-a-kind pin art. Just wrap foam core with fabric, lay a tissue design on top of it, and start pinning! Gently pull tissue away when you’re done. Fun!|
|These new T-pins are small and fine, but boy they’re strong! Use them for blocking lace, micro macramé, beading, upholstery or model making. Use them anywhere you need a strong pin to hold fabric, beading or cording in place while you work.|
|New petite pearlized pins are short, which means they’re great for a variety of DIY wedding and baby shower décor (think crafts using foam balls and candles). These petite pins are ideal for DIY floral design, too – no need to trim them (and no finger pricks, either!).|
These new Dritz® straight pins are brand new and available now at your favorite fabric and craft retailers. You’ll find them in the sewing department.
And if you have a really unique end use for any of these lovelies, please leave us a comment and let us know what it is – we’d love to hear from you!