DID YOU KNOW? The Celtic penannular brooch dates back to the Iron age!
The brooch features a pin which is fastened on one end to the ring which allows it to slide freely around the brooch.
Penannular means “incomplete ring” which allows a small space for the pin to move through.
This short video shows how to use a penannular brooch ✨ They work great on sweaters, scarves or shawls ❤️
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***Step-by-step pics below video***
I make all my jewelry + accessories with recycled electrical wire ♻️
Step 1 – Slide pin so it’s hanging from the top and pin head is sticking down between the gap at the bottom of the circle frame.
Step 2 – Flip frame upward and back.
Step 3 – Feed needle through garment.
Step 4 – Flip frame upward and down so the needle is positioned as shown below.
Step 5 – Turn the needle counter-clockwise so needle is sliding over top of frame.