Advantus - Cropper Hopper - Tim Holtz - Idea-ology - Hitch Fasteners

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Product Description & Information

These two piece Hitch Fasteners from Tim Holtz are sure to add a unique touch to any of your projects and need nothing more than a couple of holes. Insert the screw into a 1/8” hole, fasten the hitch, punch a 3/16” in the piece that you want to attach, and you’re ready to roll. These innovative fasteners are perfect for jewelry, book closures, and even attaching a variety of elements to your projects. Each package includes 12 hitch fasteners, four of each finish- nickel, brass, and copper.

SKU: ch-th92731 UPC: 040861927313

Product Reviews and Ratings

Avg. Rating
92% of buyers would recommend
  • Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    Amazing Holtz

    These are perfect for-SO MANY THINGS (so many ideas -so little time!) The quality, shape, colors- EVERYTHING about them makes me want to design design design..First project; as clasp on an inch thick metal "envelope" I have collaged, second project: to use as "feet" on a tiny wooden box I collaged years ago and never had just the right "finishing touch"..I do NOW! Thanks to the wonderful brain of Holtz!

  • Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    Hitch Fasteners-YEAAAAY!

    I LOVE these things! The ONLY thing I can find "wrong"- is that they are very difficult to find. I have recommended them to friends and I keep trying to get craft store owners in Canada to stock them, but they have difficulty getting them from their suppliers.
    Thank you for keeping these in stock!!
    They look so great on bracelets....

  • Verified Buyer

    5/ 5stars

    Great product

    My friends and I used the hitch fasteners on a grunge board bracelet that we made a recent get together.

    One member of the group had the fasteners in her "stash" from a Tim Holtz class.

    The only problem we have encountered is we cannot find the product in the local stores.