A magnetic way to pin when you can't!
Magnetic sewing pins for bagmaking, English paper piecing, foundation paper piecing, embroidery & more
For English Paper Piecing -
The SewTites Dots are just one magnet, but our strongest individual magnet, and were originally designed specifically for wool appliqué – they’ll hold several layers of wool together. The SewTites Minis have two magnets, so they stay put a bit more while sewing, but they are longer than the Dots – 1.25" (32 mm) long versus .67" (17mm) in diameter – so the Dots work best for super small projects. For Bag Making - If you’re using Annie’s Soft ‘n Stable, then go with the HDs – they securely hold together more than one layer of her thick stabilizer because of the stronger magnets in this model.
Our newest model, the Magnum was specifically designed with longarm quilters in mind.
The Magnum is 4" long with 5 magnets on the back.
They work well for loading quilts onto longarm machines without the use of straight pins (goodbye pricked fingers!).
These little ditties also work well for holding beads in while sewing weighted blankets