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Frustrated with the lack of viable options for broomstick lace-making tools, I made my own -- and now you can have one, too!*

This broomstick lace pin is small enough to be easily manipulated, using just two hands rather than two hands and two knees (as most need to do with a long broomstick or piece of pipe). It’s nice and fat, yet lightweight – perfect for big, loopy lace. And finally, it has an eye hook at the end to attach a “lifeline,” making long rows easy and working in the round attainable!

The pin (or needle) is made with a saw, a drill, some sandpaper, and a lot of elbow grease! It measures about 3.75 inches around and 6 inches long (not including the eye hook). You can read all about this broomstick lace pin and how to make broomstick lace here:

*PLEASE NOTE: For the time being, these will be MADE TO ORDER. Please allow 5 days of lead time for production and shipping! Thanks!

Broomstick Lace Pin: a tool for easily making broomstick lace

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  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: wood, metal
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 219 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States