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  • #31
    Originally posted by KarlB View Post

    That's what I was wondering Betty: If these would work (larger) for hair?

    Karl
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    Yes, they can be used for hair. If they are made a little larger than the original, the shawl pins will work great in the hair!
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    • #32
      Thick hair would need a larger opening, thinner hair would require a smaller opening to stay in place. The one being shown in the utube would probably work for thicker hair. They look way better than a pencil or dowel! That elephant sure is cute in her hair!.
      Betty

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      • #33
        Originally posted by will8989 View Post
        Thick hair would need a larger opening, thinner hair would require a smaller opening to stay in place. The one being shown in the utube would probably work for thicker hair. They look way better than a pencil or dowel! That elephant sure is cute in her hair!.
        This elephant in hair has an original shawl pin size. I can resize in any direction if someone needs it (it's free )

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