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Laird
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By the way, I've looked everywhere. Can someone tell me where I might purchase some Large safety pins???
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paymerich
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Here in the States , Walmart has a good selection of safety pins in their Art/Crafts section
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funstuff
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Heres a link to a website that you can get 144 for $6-$7 depending on gold or silver

http://www.candjcraftsupply.com/safety_p......acks.htm
Laird
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Thanx, for the info. Actually I have a pair of 4.5" safety pins. They are the only pair I have. I like them cause people can see them at a moderate distance. Though I haven"t seen another pair that big since
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rannie
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Check out sol stone's dvd. He has a direct handling. Of course Pindemonium by Dan Garret as well.

Peace,

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van
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Check out "Dreamweaver". It is another soft pin routine.

Van
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Bill Hegbli
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Thanks for the reference to the site on pins. I have been looking for 3" pins for years. That is the size usually used for linking pins.

I just ordered 3 Gross. Thank you. Can you believe it, this shop is in Hammond, IN. Only a couple hours drive from Fort Wayne,IN.

The pins arrived today. The shanks are thin wire. They will do the job. My Andrus pins use heavier wire shanks. Anyone want a Piff Paff Poof trick? Smile
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