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Hat Pins

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Pegboard Craft Workspace Hatmaker

Shady Days offers unique custom, handmade hats that will make a statement and are made with quality that will last for years. Made in Statesboro, Georgia by J. Lucas.

4 .HAT PINS OLD | #479310554

ANTIQUE 4 . HAT PINS . ONE IS MOTHER-OF-PEARL ONE IS SILVER AND BLACK ONE IS PEARLS AND CRYSTALS THERE IS ONE CRYSTAL MISSING . ONE IS WHITE BEADS THEY ARE 5.INCHES . LONG . NO.RESERVE from 56146074

Art Nouveau ~ Jugendstil Hat Pins / LEVINGER & BISSINGER / Silver and Plique-à-jour enamel / German, c.1900  tademagallery.com

lost-in-centuries-long-gone: “Jugendstil Hat Pins / LEVINGER & BISSINGER / Silver and Plique-à-jour enamel / German, c.1900 tademagallery.com ”

Gold Finished or Silver Plated Shades of Purple Crystal Beaded Stick Pins

* Silver plated or gold finished * 3 inch length including beads * Sharp, sturdy pins are meant for fabrics, not thick materials such as canvas, leather or felt * Each order comes in a gift box ready for giving A collection of pins with high quality glass crystal beads in shades of purple. Crystal beads measure from 5mm to 11mm in size. Filigree cone measures approximately 1.5 cm in length and width. All pins are silver plated or gold finished, 3 inches (approximately 7.5 cm) in length and…

Inspirational Tips, Techniques & Tutorials: Lets Talk Hat Pins...

After seeing many of a card with a stick pin attached & plenty of discussion on the PTI Forum I decided to hunt out the pins and some beads to make my own, all materials used came from Jilly Beads I started with a selection of beads and spacer beads. Choose the beads you want to use and set them to the sideready to start adding them to your pin, The tiny lille silver tube that you can see is a crimping bead this will be the last bead you thread onto the pin shaft. Start to thread the beads…