Step by step using head pinsHead pins are long, thin piece of wire with a “head”, a flattenedpiece of metal bigger than th...
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Head pins are long, thin piece of wire with a “head”, a flattened piece of metal bigger than the diamter of the wire that acts as a stop to beads on the wire. The opposite end of the head pins is flush cut, not sharp as with straight pins used in sewing. If you are designing a pair of earring, wholesale head pins are a must.

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Step by step using head pins

  1. 1. Step by step using head pinsHead pins are long, thin piece of wire with a “head”, a flattenedpiece of metal bigger than the diamter of the wire that acts as astop to beads on the wire. The opposite end of the head pins isflush cut, not sharp as with straight pins used in sewing. If youare designing a pair of earring, wholesale head pins are a must.1 Gather your materials together.2 Thread some beads onto the head pins. Some beads mayneed their holes widened to fit onto the pin.3Use the wire cutter and cut off excess head pin. Leaving thematerial about 1/2 inch left of the pin.4 Use the tip of your round nose pliers bend the top head pinsmaterial about 90 degrees.5 Use the thicker part of your round nosed pliers to grasp theend pin near the top bead and roll the head pins into a loop.You may have to finish the loop using the fine tip of the pliers.6 Attach the formed loop to the jump ring, earring loop or post.7 For the second earring, repeat steps one through seven.It is the internet made finding jewelry findings worldwide cameinto truth, and why not start finding your preferable findingslike head pins, bails, clasps, links… on the internet?Source from:
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