Perfect Pinning (+ a giveaway!!)

Pins. It’s just as simple as sticking them through the fabric right? Well, not quite. Firstly, there’s the type of pin you use. Right tools for the right job applies to pins as much as it applies to any other sewing tool. Some pins are longer/sharper/finer depending on the type of fabric and project you are undertaking. Some excellent info about pin types and their uses here, here, and here….pinning tips

Then there is the question of quality. As with many tools, not all pins are created equal. The best pins will slide smoothly through your fabric without snagging and without force; and they will last you many years without becoming blunt or rusting if used and stored correctly. My personal bug bear are cheap pins with plastic heads. Ack! I only ever use glass headed pins. They tend to be of better quality and most importantly, if you’re pressing around them, they don’t melt if you accidentally touch them with the iron! (I learnt that lesson early!)

But what about how to pin? It’s one of those things that, when I first started sewing, I assumed was a no brainer.  Stick it through the fabric. Job done. Right? Well no. There’re subtleties to pinning, as with any sewing technique. Little things. But things that collectively, can incrementally improve your sewing. So I thought I’d share a few of my “personal pinning protocols” (shameless opportunity for alliteration seized, ha!). Little things that I was taught when I first learnt to sew and stick to still…and the logic behind them…pinning tips

This is the way I pin the most. Always within the seam allowance. So if my pins do end up leaving holes (some fabrics render this likely) then they are not visible on the outside of the garment. It also means that I can leave my pins in place until the very last second as they pass to the side of the presser foot rather than the middle of it. So shifting of fabric is minimised. I will also always pin with the points facing towards the presser foot. It makes them easy to pull out as you go. (If they were facing the other way…well…cack handed!)

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When sewing some seams, you’ll be required to stop at a given point and back stitch and/or switch to a different stitch length. (Think preparing a seam for zip insertion for instance). I always mark this point with a different coloured pin, pinned at right angles to my other pins. It just gives me a visual aid and a precise marker as to where I want that needle to stop.

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When pattern matching is important I will pin at right angles to the seam that I am sewing. When sewing stripes for instance, I will pin stripe on top of stripe at regular and small intervals.  Pinning at right angles “locks” the fabric more effectively than pinning in a linear way. The difference on a plain and/or stable fabric is negligible. But even minimal shifting will be visually really obvious on stripes. I will also employ this method of pinning on more slippery fabrics. There is an argument for always pinning this way all the time. But I tend to employ it when I want to ramp up the accuracy and precision on seams where the slightest shift would be really obvious either visually or where accurate alignment is vital. (easing in collars, sleeves, necklines etc) If I can get away with just using a few pins, pinned vertically and spaced far apart then I will always default to that. Heck, I have been know to dispense with pins altogether. Some projects are more forgiving than others. But sometimes, when it absolutely has to be accurate, this is the method I go for.

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Now I am right handed. And my pin dish sits to the right hand side of my machine. So actually the way that I have pinned in the previous photo is actually a bit illogical.  Because I end up pulling the pins out with my left hand, passing them across to my right hand (or worse, holding them in my mouth as I go!) so I can put them in the pin dish to the right hand side of me. It’s actually a tad cack handed for me. And I have no explanation for that. Used to bug my sewing teacher no end, lol! When pinning at right angles it would make more sense to have the heads facing to the right like this. Just saying. But the cack handed way in which I do it is now so ingrained in my muscle memory, it’s unlikely to change now!

How you pin isn’t just about the direction of pinning of course. It also has to do with how you hold the fabric when you pin. This is how I would automatically put my pins in when I first started sewing. I’d pick the fabric up and stick the pins in like so…pinning tips

That is until my sewing teacher walked up and slapped my hand! (Old school she was!) I will preface this next bit of advice by saying that, as with most rules, there are exceptions. There are times that you can get away with doing this and times you when it will affect the accuracy of your pinning. Depending on the fabric, as you pick it up like this, the layers can shift. On trickier, more slippery fabrics, the more you move them, the more they shift….

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As a rule, if you can keep your fabric flat like so…

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And pin on the flat, then there will be less chance of layers shifting and therefore, more accuracy across your project.

Talking of keeping things flat…pinning tips

Pins are not always the final step when you absolutely must have a completely flat and secure fabric sandwich before you pass it through the machine…zips are the most obvious example of a situation where it’s vital that everything lies flat and secure before you put a permanent line of stitching in there…

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If you’ve ever questioned why you ought to baste a zip rather than just pin it…just look at the photo above and the effect that pinning can have on your seamline, compared to how flat the fabric edge is on the basted section! Now I’m not saying baste everything. Life (and sewing time) is too short for that! But when it absolutely has to be accurate, you’ll be pleased you added in the extra step. Promise!

So, if all of that has you wanting to up your pin game, then here’s a treat for you. The pins featured in this post (above and below) are Hiroshima pins. Japanese pins of superior quality. They come in the most gorgeous packaging (I’m such a sucker for packaging)…hiroshima pins
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And they are like miniature works of art in their own right. In order below are tulip hiroshima glass headed patchwork pins, Akari pins and Shizuku pins…pinning tipshiroshima pinshiroshima pins

Aren’t they STUNNING! They are part of the newly expanded range of hiroshima pins now available at Beyond Measure. Grace has the most exquisite taste. And she is very generously offering one reader the chance to win 4 packs of luxury Hiroshima pins of their choice.

To be in with a chance of winning simply subscribe to Grace’s newsletter here. Additional entries for facebook and instagram follows. Then leave a comment here to let me know how many entries (ie what you’ve followed/subscribed to). Giveaway is open internationally and closes at midnight GMT on Sunday 26th February.

Good luck and happy pinning!!

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118 Comments

  1. Sewing with Kate February 22, 2017

    Hooray for pins! I love this brand, I have used the silk tulip head pins and they are just marvellous.

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  2. Sewing with Kate February 22, 2017

    Oh and I entered all 3!

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  3. Olu February 22, 2017

    Lovely pins! Subscribed to the newsletter and followed on instagram.

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  4. Anica February 22, 2017

    Those pins are gorgeous! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on both Facebook and instagram.

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  5. Lori Henry February 22, 2017

    Hi I subscribed to the newsletter and followed on Instagram. Love those pins

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  6. Deepti February 22, 2017

    Lovely post, thank you Portia…. Pinning strategies needed a real scientific explanation hehehe! Of course I ‘need’ these beautiful Japanese glass headed pins 🤔🤓 so I’ve entered on insta and subscribed. x Deepti.

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  7. Sarah Hammond February 22, 2017

    Thank you for this blog post, it’s incredibly helpful.
    I have subscribed to Beyond Measure’s newsletter, as well as following them on Facebook and Instagram.
    Yet more lovely things to lust after!

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  8. Angie February 22, 2017

    I had already subscribed to the mailing list and have now ‘liked’ on facebook and followinf on instagram …

    Fingers crossed for those wonderful pins …!!

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  9. Marian Allen February 22, 2017

    Good Morning! LOVE pins of all kinds
    I have subscribed to newsletter and follow on Facebook

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  10. Claire February 22, 2017

    Just subscribed to Grace’s newsletter!

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  11. Sue House February 22, 2017

    The suggestions in the article are the exact things I do in pinning anything. I love long pins so purchased some “quilting” pins. They were horrible! I do many formal dress alterations and I found many of the quilting pins were dull! They either wouldn’t go through the fabric at all or snagged it! Not cool when it happens in front of the client! Yikes! I have switched over to flat head pins and like them so far. Nice and slender, sharp, with a large head that makes them easy to grasp.
    I will be liking on Facebook.

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  12. Alison February 22, 2017

    Wow! They’re lovely. I’m already following on Instagram so I’ll subscribe and like because, well, it’s a fabulous giveaway!

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  13. Karen February 22, 2017

    Thanks for the chance these are beautiful. I follow already the newsletter and IG K xXx

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  14. Eva February 22, 2017

    Hello, I’ve just recently found your site and I love it! Thanks for your work and for giving me the chance to know about Beyond Mesure and Hiroshima pins, now I follow Grace by Newsletter and Facebook.

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  15. Daisy February 22, 2017

    Email and IG

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  16. Fiona shedden February 22, 2017

    Hiya what a brilliant article I’d never understood all the different ways to put thepins in I look forward to trying these. I would love to be entered into the competition I have liked and followed on facebook and instagram and subscribed to the newsletter

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  17. michela February 22, 2017

    these pins are amazing!
    3 entries for me 🙂

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  18. Susan Spiers February 22, 2017

    What wonderful pins! I subscribed to Grace’s newsletter-followed on Facebook-followed on Instagram. Thank you, Susan

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  19. V February 22, 2017

    I used to pin backwards too when pinning perpindicular to the seam, but it was easier to switch than I thought it would be (and so much easier when sewing!).

    I’ve entered on all 3.

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  20. Sara Santos February 22, 2017

    The pins are beautiful! 🙂
    Thank you for the giveaway! I’ve subscribed the mailing list and started following on facebook and instagram.
    Have a nice day!

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  21. Nancy February 22, 2017

    Portia, try putting a dish for your pins on the left side.

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    • Portia Lawrie February 22, 2017

      Ha ha! Except that’s where my fabric drapes off my sewing machine and onto my work surface. So no space 🙁

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      • Nancy February 22, 2017

        Lol. Dah on me. I never thought i would see a in depth piece on pins (seriously). I throughly enjoyed it. I am going to take your tips and use them, especially for stripes which i avoid because of matching issues. Thank you

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  22. Karen Mawson February 22, 2017

    Followed in instagram and subscribed.

    Always love to have pretty pins to follow when you have a long seam to sew!

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  23. Jen February 22, 2017

    I subscribed to the newsletter, thanks!

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  24. Anne February 22, 2017

    I’ve subscribed to the mailing list.

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  25. Carol February 22, 2017

    So, I minded you and went over to Beyond Measure. It was fun to look over the shop items. Thank you for sending me. I also went to FB and liked. And then to IG and stayed way too long. I need some new pins. I hope that I win.

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  26. Michele February 22, 2017

    I’ve heard of these pins and would love some!!! I already get their email newsletters, beautiful shop!!!

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  27. Michele February 22, 2017

    I follow Beyond Measure via IG @winkowl

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  28. Sara February 22, 2017

    Those pins are gorgeous – I wonder if you can get a little test tube rack for them.
    (Signed up for the newsletter, already following on IG, and now liked on FB.)

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  29. Wis February 22, 2017

    These are indeed beautiful pins. I just ordered them and received them today but I won’t mind winning some more.
    I follow already the newsletter and IG.
    Wis

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  30. Hannah Wisdom February 22, 2017

    Ooh how lovely are these?! I have subscribed to newsletter and followed on instagram 💕

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  31. Helena Wagstaff February 22, 2017

    Grace has amazing taste, loved everything I have from her. Already subscribed to her newsletter so will enter here and as craftydormouse on IG. Thanks

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  32. Michelle February 22, 2017

    What beautiful pins! I’ve never seen them before! I’ve subscribed to the mailing list and on Facebook (I don’t have Instagram).

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  33. Addie February 22, 2017

    Thank you for the tips about pinning. I subscribed to the newsletter, followed on instagram and Facebook. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  34. liz lawrie February 22, 2017

    All done, liked and signed up. I hope i’m lucky.

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  35. Anna Brown February 22, 2017

    Hiya, I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on Instagram. So 2 entry’s for me. Thank you

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  36. Jyll Cradock February 22, 2017

    Never seen such gorgeous pins really need to throw out my bent ones!

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  37. Caroline February 22, 2017

    Interesting article. I think I need to treat myself to some new pins! Love the look of these. I have subscribed to Grace’s newsletter.

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  38. Tracey Nixson February 22, 2017

    I’m already subscribed and an Instagram follower of Grace – hope that counts. I am the proud owner of one of her lovely wood and tweed pincushions

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  39. Carly Miner February 22, 2017

    Signed up for the newsletter, followed on instagram and liked facebook.

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  40. Elizabeth Valenzuela February 22, 2017

    I am new to sewing and I just subscribed to Grace’s newsletter and followed on Facebook. I feel like a kid again enjoying all new wonderful toys. These pins are so pretty and the packaging makes them much more fun. I bought a little box of pins a while ago not as nice.

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  41. ParisGrrl February 22, 2017

    Those pins are beautiful. Subscribed to newsletter, and followed on FB.

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  42. Lori February 22, 2017

    I followed the newsletter. No instagram or FB sadly.

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  43. FTF February 22, 2017

    Beautiful pins! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter – no idea why I haven’t before – and already follow you both on Instagram 🙂

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  44. Stephanie February 22, 2017

    gorgeous pins!!! I subscribe to the newsletter and follow on instagram

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  45. Kathryn February 22, 2017

    Thanks for all the tips, especially re the stripes! And thanks for the giveaway too. I signed up to the newsletter & followed on instagram.

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  46. Hazel February 22, 2017

    Such beautiful pins, and such beautiful sewing supplies, i have of course followed all three.

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  47. Corkpop February 22, 2017

    Two entries for mr….subscribed and followed on IG. The pins are gorgeous! Just when I was thinking of switching to fabric weights I find these. Well, still need pins for zippers and hems, right?

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  48. Valerie Banks February 22, 2017

    Pretty and practical. Subscribed to newsletter.

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  49. Victoria Meyer February 22, 2017

    I love helpful posts like this. I signed up to newsletter and followed facebook and instagram.

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  50. Helen Moyes February 22, 2017

    Those pins are gorgeous! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on both Facebook and instagram.

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  51. Karolina February 22, 2017

    3 entries for me please 🙂

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  52. Chloe February 23, 2017

    Gorgeous pins! And beautifully shot pin photos, too! 2 entries, please, for the newsletter & instagram!

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  53. Dawn February 23, 2017

    New sharp pins are always such a treat – I sew barefoot, makes for a cleaner hole 🙂
    Subscribed/followed all 3

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  54. suzanne guthrie February 23, 2017

    great information, and those pins are beautiful! I both signed up for the newsletter, and shared with all the sewing women in the family. Thank you!

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  55. Liesel February 23, 2017

    These are gorgeous! And the article was really informative. I followed on fb and instagram, and subscribed by email.

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  56. Leanne Best February 23, 2017

    I knew some of your pin tips – taught from my Nana, but the glass pins and how to pin stripes I didn’t know about. Thank you for your help and those pins are truely fantasticly beautiful! Thank you for the chance to win not just one box but four – I can share with my friend who sews beautifully but I’m sure she doesn’t have glass pins either. I am following by facebook, instragram and subscription. 🙂

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  57. Joyce February 23, 2017

    Thank you on a great perfect pinning protocol. And I’m so glad you shared Beyond Measure. Always interested in something a bit different with good treaty bits.
    I’ve signed up to the newsletter and am following facebook….

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  58. J February 23, 2017

    Such beautiful pins, such lovely supplies on her site! I have subscribed and followed on Instagram.

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  59. Carol Johnson February 23, 2017

    I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and am now following her ship on Instagram 😉

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  60. Kat February 23, 2017

    I love this post. A reminder that my Mother is always right and her teaching me how to pin isn’t just her being fussy (only making patterns with the pin head colours is!). I’ve subscribed to Graces newsletter and followed on Facebook.

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  61. Judi gomes February 23, 2017

    Thank you for a really interesting article! I was already subscribed to Grace’s newsletter (love her shoo!) so I’ve ‘liked’ her in FB.

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  62. Camilla February 23, 2017

    2 for me. Followed on IG too. They are so pretty.

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  63. Deborah Mckenzie February 23, 2017

    I’m now following on FB and Instagram, but for some reason, The newsletter form won’t let me follow; it keeps saying ‘too many attempts in the first five minutes’ (or similar), even though that’s not the case:(
    GREAT pins, though! Thank you for the information.

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  64. Delle February 23, 2017

    Ooh, new shop to me. I love finding new places to spend my money (if only I had more money to go round!). I’ve newslettered, facebooked and instagrammed, so 3 entries.

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  65. Ali February 23, 2017

    I’ve subscribed to her newsletter and am also following her on Instagram and Facebook. Those pins are just stunning!!

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  66. Claire February 23, 2017

    Hi, I need new pins and have bought several that are just not good 🙁 I have subscribed to the newsletter and hope to win some decent pins…

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  67. Ann Marshall February 23, 2017

    Thank you for your interesting article on pins and pinning and hosting Grace’s giveaway. I would love to have some of these pins. I have subscribed to Grace’s Newsletter and followed her on Facebook.

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  68. Grace Horsley February 23, 2017

    Thanks for an interesting post and for the chance to win those lovely pins. I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on Instagram.

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  69. Astrid February 23, 2017

    Great tips!! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on Facebook 🙂

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  70. Hannah Ockenden February 23, 2017

    Those really are little works of art! I entered all three 🙂

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  71. Simona February 23, 2017

    The pins are great – and I subscibed to Grace’s newsletter.

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  72. Elaine February 23, 2017

    Thank you for very helpful post and chance to win gorgeous pins. I have subscribed to newsletter and followed on Facebook.

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  73. Hannah February 23, 2017

    I never knew pins could be so pretty! I should really upgrade my plastic ones at some point soon. I’ve followed instagram and the newsletter!

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  74. Gail Felker February 23, 2017

    I subscribed to the email newsletter. Thanks. Never thought much about pins.

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  75. Fraggle February 23, 2017

    Oh wow… I never knew pin envy was a thing! Two for me… I don’t do Facebook… But I am reconsidering!

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  76. T. February 24, 2017

    These are really pretty. I subscribed to the newsletter. Thank you

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  77. Debbie Wilkes February 24, 2017

    Such lovely sewing items! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on Intagram. Fingers crossed!

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  78. Bettina February 24, 2017

    newsletter + instagram (bttysqui) 🙂
    have a good weekend!

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  79. Ruth Procter February 24, 2017

    Those pins look gorgeous! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and I already follow Grace on Instagram

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  80. Sue February 24, 2017

    What a lovely website. I’ve subscribed to the news letter

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  81. Patsy February 25, 2017

    Portia, you are a diamond. I have a huge stack of fabric but am such a scaredycat about ruining it! I question everything I have to do so it’s basic information like this, but explained in every detail, that I crave. This is fabulous, thank you.

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  82. Barbara February 25, 2017

    Time for a change from the pins I’ve used for too long (bent ones and all – oops). I subscribed to the newsletter.

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  83. Laura February 25, 2017

    Thanks for this great post! I’ve always been confused about what kind of pins to use. I signed up for the Beyond Measure newsletter and I follow them on Instagram, so I have two entries.
    Thanks!

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  84. Siona (sio_sews83) February 25, 2017

    Two entries for me – can’t be bothered with Facebook these days 🙂

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  85. Kim Styles February 25, 2017

    subscribed and followed on instagram styles5433 and facebook kim styles

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  86. Anne February 25, 2017

    I enjoyed this post, thank you. 3 entries from me – IG, Facebook and newsletter.

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  87. Karly February 26, 2017

    These pins are lovely and make me realise my existing ones would probably make me hang my head in shame! Subscribed and already follow you both on Instagram

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  88. @sairz123 February 26, 2017

    I follow Grace on Instagram and signed up to her newsletter

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  89. Salva February 26, 2017

    I’ve been subscribed to the newsletter since I found Beyond Measure through IG. Grace had the most exquisite taste and stock the most gorgeous pieces of craftsmanship. I’ve ordered several items and every time I receive my order I feel like opening a little treasure chest! I haven’t come across anything remotely closed to what Beyond Measure stands for.

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  90. Joanne February 26, 2017

    Great post – I will follow he advice! I have subscribed, followed on Facebook and already follow on Instagram.

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  91. Anne February 26, 2017

    Great blog and it’s stopped me feeling guilty about having all pin types in my collection I feel totally justified however I don’t have the amazing glass pins by beyond measure so lim signed up and following

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  92. Patricia February 26, 2017

    Very instructive post!
    For the pins giveaway, I’m following Beyond measures on Instagram and Facebook and I subscribed to the newsletter. Thanks a bunch!

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  93. Janet Hammonds February 26, 2017

    Very helpful post beautifully photographed, I have subscribed, am already following on instagram and facebook. Thank you.

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  94. Nina February 26, 2017

    Thank you for all the tips! I usually pin in the sewing allowances as you do, excepted for sleeves, bias and gatherings which I find much easier to handle with perpendicular pinning. And I also lift my fabric like you, so now I’ll take care to keep it as flat as possible (which I actually already do when pinning the pattern pieces…).

    I subscribed to the newsletter, Facebook and Instagram accounts, so 3 entries for me!

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  95. Christine February 26, 2017

    Subscribed to the newsletter and following on Facebook

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  96. Edina February 26, 2017

    I’ve been contemplating upgrading my pins since I got the beautiful leather pin cushion from Grace’s shop for my birthday. These Japanese pins are high up on my list! Just signed up for the newsletter and was following on Instagram already.

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  97. Pippa February 26, 2017

    Subscribed and followed on instagram. Love this info on those beautiful pins.

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  98. Joanne Rattrie February 26, 2017

    Hi, I entered three times (newsletter, facebook, instagram). Lovely giveaway

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  99. Hannah February 26, 2017

    Ooh those last pins with the drops of colour! The cork stoppered bottles are pretty special too! Thanks for the helpful info and the giveaway. Entered all three!

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  100. Hannah Fortune February 26, 2017

    What a marvellous giveaway! Great pinning tips. I’ve followed on instagram and facebook, and subscribed to the newsletter:-)

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  101. Anna Rootes February 26, 2017

    Ooh, I’ve been thinking about getting some new pins and these look perfect! I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and following on Facebook and Instagram. Thanks for the opportunity 🙂

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  102. Lesley Lucas February 26, 2017

    These are beautiful. I’ve signed up to the newsletter and Facebook, I was already following on instagram

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  103. Mary February 26, 2017

    Fascinating post – I had never thought much about my pinning techniques but this has made me consider them in greater detail. I’ve got 3 entries (IG craftygirl1964)

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  104. Nevy February 26, 2017

    Great blog. I have never learned about pinning before so this was very helpful! Registered for the comp! Was already following on IG

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  105. Laurie Annette February 26, 2017

    Pretty pins! I’ve not seen these before and would love some! Following on instagram/Facebook and have subscribed to the newsletter 🙂

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  106. Nicola Bostock February 26, 2017

    Fab blog post, thanks! I have subscribed and follow on Instagram.

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  107. Jo February 26, 2017

    My current favourite pins are yellow glass head ones, have discovered the benefit of the bright colour is being able to spot them easily when I dropped the lot on the floor…
    Already subscribed to the newsletter and following on Insta, so I’ve followed on FB too to complete the set!

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  108. Marilyn February 26, 2017

    I’ve been thinking about pins a lot lately, as an old source dried up and I need nrw ones. This post is so helpful, thank you! I entered the contest in all 3 places, would love to try these beauties out.

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  109. Rosie Serdiville February 26, 2017

    Hi

    I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on facebook

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  110. Rachel Adams February 26, 2017

    Such lovely packaging!! I have subscribed and followed on Instagram

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  111. Nique February 26, 2017

    I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on facebook.
    Thanks for the opportunity

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  112. Rebecca McPhee February 26, 2017

    I’m the lucky recipient of the wrist ruler and leather needle wallet for Christmas and already stalk Grace by her newsletter, Facebook and Instagram 😂

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  113. Celia Clark February 27, 2017

    I’ve subscribed to the newsletter and followed on Instagram. What beautiful pins <3

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  114. JessZ February 28, 2017

    I subscribe to the newsletter.

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  115. JessZ February 28, 2017

    I follow on Facebook.

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  116. Joanne March 2, 2017

    A great blog post with lovely fresh clean images

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