Warning: CHOKING HAZARD : Small Parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Protect the fabrics on all of your crafty projects with Eyelets. Simply insert the eyelet into the hole cut of your chosen fabric, place the eyelet on the base with the washer teeth side down, and hammer - it's that easy! Take care to use a double layer of medium to heavyweight fabric, reinforced with interfacing, and you will be on your way to jazzing up curtains, tarps, belts, and more!
Gold Eyelets can be used for all of your crafty needs! Mark fabric, cut hole with an awl, place an eyelet in the hole, place the eyelet on the base with washer teeth side down, and hammer - it's that easy!
Take care to use a double layer of medium to heavyweight fabric, reinforced with interfacing, and you will be on your way to jazzing up shower curtains, tarps, and belts!
- Diameter: 5/16"
Package contains 24 sets of eyelets.
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Great for hole liner and strengtheners
I use these to line each side of a hole drilled through wood to reinforce the hole. A string or rope is passed through the hole. Drill the holes slightly smaller than the eyelet needs, then slowly twist the eyelet into the hole. Superglue if needed.
The instructions say to use a washer…but they don't come with a washer! Useless.
Look very carefully
There are NO plastic washers!!! so you're not crazy! There are two separate pieces a lot of them stuck together… the shorter piece of the two is the washer! hope that helps!
Thanks for the size info.
They look the same size and I just about drove myself crazy trying to figure out what I was doing wrong. Also using the cement outside for the pounding base instead of my table made a big difference as well.
Some one else said the pieces are stuck together but it's not that way for me. Idk what I'm doing wrong???