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So it is easy to understand that there were many attempts to make a onepiece pin until at last the technique was perfected. In 1797 Timothy Harris took out a patent for pinheads made from molten lead. In 1817 American Seth Hunt patented an ‘‘upsetting’’ machine to make pins with heads, shaft, and point in one process; Kirby, Beard, and Company of Gloucester, England, bought Hunt’s patent, but the ﬁrm was not successful because with Hunt’s machine only pins from soft wire could be made, so pins with the harder, spirally wound type of head continued to be produced and sold.
Object no. 1365; Courtesy The Winterthur Museum) to give to friends. Practical pincushions tended to be plain and large, often freestanding but sometimes attached to a sewing clamp; they could be stuﬀed with sheep’s wool, cotton wool, sawdust, or bran; some weighted pincushions contained lead shot, a piece of metal, or a brick. I cannot imagine anyone arriving at the conclusion that an excavated brick or quantity of lead shot once was part of a pincushion, but the possibility that they did exists!
D. Longman and S. 45 If the head came oﬀ a lace pin, lace-makers would repair the pin by replacing the lost head with a bead, with sealing wax, or with a cleavers seed (seeds of goose grass that were soaked in milk to lighten their color or in vinegar to darken them; the skin was rubbed oﬀ and the seed put on the shank, where it dried and tightened). These seed-, bead-, or sealing wax–topped lace-making pins were known as hariﬀes. ’’ The illustration of these pins with seeming reference to Scottish freedom ﬁghting is confusing, and a reader might mistakenly infer that such pins were used on clansmen’s kilts or on the plaids they wore as mantles across the body and over the shoulder.
300 Classic Blocks for Crochet Projects by Linda P. Schapper