Taylor Seville Magic Pins for Sewing and Quilting
Sewing Pins emerged in England in the 14th and 15th century and exploded into an industry by 1623. Sewing Pins have been used for holding patterns in place, anchor fabric for seam allowance, dressmaking, securing patchwork and decorative trims and many more purposes. A pin comprises of a head, shaft, and a point. Over the years, each part of the pin has been designed and re designed to suit various purposes in the needle crafting industry. So, what could we, at Taylor Seville do, to enhance a needle crafter’s pinning experience? We asked our panel of needle crafter’s and what we heard was the need for a pin that would alleviate hand fatigue, have a super sharp point, sturdy shaft, and a heat resistant head. After several iterations, we have successfully created a line of Taylor Seville Magic Pins that has captured the enthusiasm of the sewing and quilting community, so much so that one Amazon user commented “I am throwing out all other pins”. We have a plethora of pins in our line that meet the needs of every category of needle crafters. The patented silicone handle with ridges is easy to use, reduces hand fatigue over prolonged periods of pinning and is heat resistant so you can iron over the pins without the fear of melting. The pin heads are coded in fun colors based on their functionality and the pins come in a sturdy storage box, so they are easy to spot and organize. Check out what one of our many happy patrons have to say about our pins. We invite you to explore our pins and enhance your pinning and needle crafting experience with Taylor Seville Magic Pins!