Safety Pins are constructed using either hardened brass or high carbon steel, with a nickel or gilt plating.
These coatings strengthen the safety pin and help protect rust and corrosion
Nickel Plating results in a silver colored finish
Gilt Plating results in a gold colored finish
The steel safety pins, also known as a baby pin, is a variation of the regular pin which includes a simple spring mechanism and a clasp.
Safety pins are very common in craft notions. Safety pins can be used for virtually any craft project. In the beginning, they were used mostly in sewing and tailoring projects much like sewing pins or straight pins.
They were mostly used to hold fabric and garments in place just before being sewn. Now days, steel safety pins became multipurpose, due to its use in craft, jewelry creation, or even fashion.
Our standard safety pins are available in either steel or brass,
with a plating of either nickel or gilt.
Brass Safety Pins
Steel Safety Pins
Specifications: All sizes (except #7), are packed 10 gross (1440 pins) per box.
used to fasten 2 pieces of fabric together
used to hold embroidery in place
used to patch torn or damaged clothing
used as temporary button or zipper
used in thousands of other household, craft & industrial applications