Friday, May 13, 2016

Pinbellish #37




Welcome to our 37th Pinbellish party!

A Pinning Celebration

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



ANNOUCEMENT
 Last week's party was almost exclusively Pinterest links! This makes me very happy and a trend that I hope to see continue.

Happy Pinning!


Pin Trivia




Wikipedia: A split pin, also known in the United States as a cotter pin or cotter key,[1] is a metal fastener with two tines that are bent during installation, similar to a staple or rivet. Typically made of thick wire with a half-circular cross section, split pins come in multiple sizes and types.
The British definition of "cotter pin" is equivalent to U.S. term "cotter", which can be a cause for confusion when companies of both countries work together. There are signs that manufacturers and stockists are increasingly listing both names together to avoid confusion; this led to the term split cotter sometimes being used for a split pin.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Split_pin








Meet and Follow Your Hosts

Sarah J of Sarah Celebrates
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Stella Lee of Purfylle 


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FEATURES




 knitted slippers
polka dots using a mason jar ring



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Have fun pinning!
Gina