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Thread: Straight Pin end covers

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    I saw something about covers for the ends of straight pins. I prefer to use them when I am sandwiching etc. It was interesting, but now I can't find them or remember what they were called.
    Would love some help. ;)

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    http://www.pinmoor.com/

    Is this what ur looking for?

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    Earplugs work the same. LOL

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    Thanks, I try pinmoor.com.....sounds right C

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airwick156
    Earplugs work the same. LOL
    How do they compare price wise.

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    I just ordered some - they were having a closeout on a green color, around $7 less that current price, so I ordered those. I have a real problem with my pins working their way out of my fabric when I'm doing fleece/flannel quilts. These look like they will definitely solve my problem!

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    I have tried everything from earplugs to earring backs. Nothing works as good as the Pinmoors. You won't regret buying them sale or no sale. I ordered packages of the green too while they are on sale. One thing I discovered. Good quality pins makes all the difference. I use the thin sharp glass head pins.

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    They are called pinmoor

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    I'm not sure of the posted but don't somebody post about cutting up wine bottle corks and useing them on the pins?
    Scrapy quilts have more love in them.

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    Ear plugs in bulk from hardware store are cheaper and work the same.

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