Yes, you can pin, but sewing clips ...
If you haven’t used them, you must! They will come in handy for so many things related to needlework.
The clips have
Use the clips like you would use sewing pins. Just push the clips wide open and place them on your fabric’s edge.
Read more about using clips for sewing and quilting
in this MadamSew blog post about Sewing Clips
and check out the tutorial to make a handy wrist holder for sewing clips.
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These are great! I have use larger construction-type 2" clips with rubber handles and tips, but these work fine for even my bulky projects. Although maybe not for the double moving blanket stitching that is on the docket, but 99% of what I do, they are perfect.
The multi colored sewing clips are easy to use and they have a tight grip on the fabric. Bought a box for my teenage granddaughter who has shown an interest in sewing.
Easier than pins,especially if you have arthritis!
I love these clips. I use them to secure my binding when I hand bind my quilt. They help keep the binding in place. I also love it when I get down to the last 12 clips. I enjoy doing a countdown to the last one.
They are nice, but not what I expected. They're smaller than the medium size of another brand and a bit harder to open, but not as small as the other brand's small size which are hard to open. They'll work nicely to hold binding in place w/o creating 'drag.'
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