- Thin soft. This the easiest to use and the most common. Only to be used for loop tying ie make a simple loop and wrap the tail back around the head pin
- Thin hard. These can be used for light weight looping, perhaps when multiple small beads have to be mounted individually. Can also be used for tying.
- Thick soft. For larger beads to help keep proportion but only suitable for tying.
- Thick hard. A very strong pin only really suitable for looping.
Head pins. Differances between thick, thin, hard, soft.
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18 December 2008
Head pins used in most craft jewellery come in 4 main types;
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