I bought some from a place called Shawl pins on google. They had every style, size weight you could imagine. great prices.
I buy them from a place on google called Shawl pins.
There are people right here who make and sell shawl pins. I just purchased a lovely one!
I have purchased some beautiful hand made ones on Etsy and some basic ones at Hobby Lobby.
. It was mentioned here on KP awhile ago. The prices are reasonable, some as low as $8, and the pins are lovely and very good quality. I've bought three from them and plan to get more.
Great site! My sister-in-law has Parkinson's along with some other ailments and is in a nursing home. I've been thinking about what would work for a shawl closure for her since her fingers are not adept and her eyesight is poor. Maybe the old fashioned sweater closure is the answer.
I found mine at Hobby Lobby.
I've seen them in yarn stores.
I purchased some from a local fabric store.
Amazon, eBay, antique shops but look in the hat pin selection since dealers usually don't know what they are. One of mine is a spike cut of a deer antler. That one is used in a rustic color and design and fits it perfectly.
Lots of nice shawl pins on Etsy, and not all expensive.
Yes, I buy mine there and include one when I gift a shawl. I also buy from KnitPicks when they are on sale. I've been happy with all my shawl pin purchases.
I just ordered (five minutes ago) two from love knitting. It is a website where you can order many things.
Sorry, this is probably a dumb question, but what are 'virtual children' ? Please and thank you in advance. 😊
Lion Brand Yarn has a metal one you can use on anything. I use wooden but this looks good. It would replace my safety pins. Comes in a number of styles and materials. Pricey but it's jewelry too.http://www.lionbrand.com/shawl-pin.html