Why send free pins? We want to encourage you to give pinning a try. Many people are reluctant to try it, but if you have the pins, you just might give it a try. Nothing beats the custom fit and comfort of a nicely pinned diaper. Pinning is not necessary but it does work.
Lubricating pins by pushing the point into a bar of Ivory soap or other bar soap before using helps any pin slide, so do lubricate your pins!
One free pair of pins per order, not per diaper nor per dozen, only when prefolds, flat diapers or Workhorse no-closure version are ordered when you add the pins to your cart. We want to send a pair of pins for free to encourage you to give pinning a try. You can re-use the pins over and over. These are good pins! Please add a pair to your cart. Yes, when you re-order, you can add another pair at that time. Find the joy of pinning! I, Karen, truly love to pin. It's so cute and comfortable for baby.
These are the cheap pins big box store kind of pins. They are ok but they really are just to give you an idea of how to use pins and to discover the joy of a perfect custom-fitted pinned diaper. For the best and most secure pins for daily regular use, choose GMD Slide-Lock Pins or the Dritz Slide Lock Pins. ALWAYS inspect all pins, snaps and fasteners before using and be sure they are properly secured. Always use a cover when using any diaper fasteners.
Additional pins and fasteners are available for purchase here.
ONE free pair of pins, one per order, not per dozen, will be sent to you when you add them to your cart with purchase of any of the following items:
LEARN how to use diaper pins.
Or for your one free pair you may choose one pair from our selection of colors of standard diaper pins. These have traditional diaper pin safety heads and are easier to operate with one hand. They are nice and sharp.
As with any item you use on your baby, please inspect your pins upon arrival and inspect them before each use, just like you do for snaps on diaper covers and snaps on clothing and such. Never let pins go through the wash.
They are diaper pins and they work to pin diapers and they were free :)
I rarely pin diapers. Instead I use these to pin cards to baby shower gifts. It sparks pleasant conversations about cloth diapers and is an adorable touch.
Go for the GMD locking pins, they are much better and work very well.
These pins are sharp and slide smoothly through the diaper fabric. The head is secure so I’m not worried my baby will undo it. It can be a little difficult to undo. Honestly, I prefer the free pins to the ones I paid for.
Broke while my 12 month old was wearing a flat diaper with wool cover. He started fussing and the head of the pin broke off while he was wearing it, it poked him. I havent been able to pin another diaper on him since. I have used origami fold tucked under with a cover over so no snappies or pins are needed. If I had to use pins on another baby, I would use the locking type and never these.