Yesterday’s morning practice of Kyudo was cold. Very cold.
I felt like winter had come.
But it’s warmer than expected after nine o’clock.
The jacket I usually wear is thick but unlined, which makes me cold in the morning, so I think I need to add a shawl or scarf.
So, I’d like to introduce you to “shawl pins” that are recommended for holding shawls and scarves in style.
At first, it is a shawl-pin which weaved coral beads in resin parts of “Amazon Series” (Red).
It’s a large shawl with a very thick fabric, but the needle is 5 cm long, so it fastens perfectly.
Next one is a shawl-pin using resin parts of “Watermelon Series” (Green).
I fastened it to a muffler on a male mannequin.
The needle is three centimeters long, which is enough to fasten a muffler of general thickness.
It is recommended as a stylish accent for a muffler like a necktie pin.
Last one is a quilt pin brooch using resin parts of “Rose Tree Series” (Blue).
I wrapped the stole like a cloak and fastened it.
This is a discounted item, so if you’re interested, please don’t delay.
By the way, what do you call a brooch of this shape?
At Tamarusan, we call them safety pin brooches, but a quick Google search shows that stole pins and shawl pins are searched for more often.
And quilt pins.
I think this is the real name, but I’m not too familiar with it.
Please let me know what you call it in your home.