Friday, April 22, 2016

Pinbellish #34- Come Link Up Your Best Pins!

Welcome to our 34th Pinbellish party!

A Pinning Celebration

START:  Friday 7am EST | 11am UTC | Friday 7pm +8UTC 
END:  Monday 7am EST | 11am UTC | Tuesday 7pm +8UTC

ANNOUNCEMENT:  Remember to link your Pin URL not 

your blog post for your chance to be featured. Every pin 

automatically goes in the running for the PIN AWARDS.

Pin Trivia

Hammer Head Upholstery Pin (or tack) 

"The tacks used during most of the eighteenth century had hand-forged shafts
and hammered heads. In 1780, tacks with cut shanks became available, but heads continued to be hammered by hand until the advent of machine-stamped heads in the early nineteenth century. Tacks were available in several sizes, and upholsterers stocked them in large quantities. 83 In 1733, John Moore purchased thousands of “large tax” and “middle tax” from the brazier Stephen Ayrault, buying 5,500 in the month of August alone. Moore also purchased “6d
[penny] nails” and “20d [penny] nails” on several
occasions." source: The Uholstery and Chairmaking Trades of Eighteenth-Century Newport 1730-1790

Meet and Follow Your Hosts

Sarah J of Sarah Celebrates
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Stella Lee of Purfylle 

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