I feared to wake her all at once, so, in order to have my hands free to help her, I fastened the shawl at her throat with a big safety pin
She stretched out her strong young arms to the crowing baby, sat down in a chair with the child, turned her upside down unceremoniously, took from her waistband and scornfully flung away a crooked pin, walked with her (still in a highly reversed position) to the bureau, selected a large safety pin
, and proceeded to attach her brief red flannel petticoat to a sort of shirt that she wore.
Prince dropped on his paws and began to growl like a mastiff, while the visitor apologized, saying that he could not possibly come in thus attired, but he begged Lena to lend him some safety pins
Pero ito'y naka-safety pa, nakata-tape, intact 'yung kanyang safety pin
,' EOD Senior Inspector Arnold Santos said in an interview over DZMM.
The Safety Pin
Facebook group was created to encourage people to wear a plain safety pin
to show support for and solidarity with those who feel less safe after the referendum.
Place the safety pin
on the end of the cord and thread through the top hem.
Attach a safety pin
to one elastic end and pin the remaining end to the waistline casing opening.
WHEN it comes to red carpet dressing Liz Hurley wrote the book and 20 years after she made her name with THAT safety pin
dress the model/actress returned to her favourite designer for a charity ball in New York this week.
1849: The safety pin
was patented by Walter Hunt of New York.
magazine Nylon, marketing editor Michelle Reneau said: "Emma didn't want to wear earrings - so at one point she took a safety pin
, cut off the sharp end and put it through her ear.
Gather supplies: scissors, safety pin
, embroidery floss, and measuring tape.
Liz Hurley's daring safety pin
dress is one of the most famous black dresses worn on the red carpet, which made her a household name overnight," the Daily mail quoted a spokeswoman for Debenhams as saying at the time.