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Wadding (Batting) Scissors-11 1/2" total length- Specifically designed to cut batting- 5" straight-edge cutting blade length- Ergonomically designed handle for ease in cutting- Precision-made from fine quality steel
Stainless steel blades with adjustable tension nut. Impact resistant handles.
Clover Patchwork Scissors, Large Made of top grade stainless steel. Serrated blade suitable for cutting multiple layers of fabrics or pieces for patchwork. 24cm long.
Description 7.5" Length; This special micro serrated blade pulls the fabric into the scissors rather than pushing it alway like traditional scissors. Things you will like about these scissors...cushioned handle, easy for right or left hander to use, blades sharp to the very tip, serrated blade keeps fabric from fraying, light weight and comfortable. The 7 1/2" size are great for cutting single or mutiple layers of fabric. Comfortably cuts 4 layers, but can cut up to 8. If your quilt has a lot of one shape, layer cutting saves a tremendous amount of time.Comes with protective plastic cover.
The serrated blade holds the layers of fabric whilst being used for a more accurate cut.
Was £8.95 now fown to £4.95Description6.5" Length; Blade Length: 7.5cmFor multi-purpose (craft, sewing, home & office) cutting needs. Ergonomic patented handle for extra comfort and control. High quality stainless steel blade. Long-lasting cutting performance. Modern black-handled scissors. Cut lightweight materials: paper, light cardboard, fabric, string, ribbon, etc... The screw on the blades can be adjusted to improve cutting performance. Right and left-handed.
Gingher scissors are the highest quality scissor manufactured to exacting standards from high-carbon cutlery steel alloy. Rounded edge on top blade stops you cutting too close. Very high quality blade.
Stainless steel scissor with wedge shaped bottom blade stops you cutting too close. Excellent for applique work.
Gingher scissors are the highest quality scissor manufactured to exacting standards from high-carbon cutlery steel alloy. Cut buttonholes, trim, quilt, needle and craft work. Recommended by Maggie Davies for Reverse Applique technique.
Gingher scissors are the highest quality scissor manufactured to exacting standards from high-carbon cutlery steel alloy. A stronger scissor than the embroidery scissor useful for many crafts. With leather sheath.
A stylish, decorative gilt scissors for patchwork and quilting and general sewing.
Fine pointed scissors for accurate work. Includes a leather case.
Gingher scissors are the highest quality scissor manufactured to exacting standards from high-carbon cutlery steel alloy. The curved blades allow close cutting of thread tails without cutting the stitching.
Gingher scissors are the highest quality scissor manufactured to exacting standards from high-carbon cutlery steel alloy. Very fine point for accurate cutting in patchwork, quilting, embroidery and other crafts.
Description 4" Length; This special micro serrated blade pulls the fabric into the scissors rather than pushing it alway like traditional scissors. Things you will like about these scissors...cushioned handle, easy for right or left hander to use, blades sharp to the very tip, serrated blade keeps fabric from fraying, light weight and comfortable. The 4" size are great for detail cutting on curves and points. Comfortably cuts 4 layers of fabric.Comes with protective plastic cover.
What is the benefit of the curved tip you might ask? The benefit is that it allows you to clip close to your fabric or to cut away stabiliser without cutting into your quilt top. These scissors are fabulous for clipping threads for machine quilting, machine applique and machine embroidery. They have a serrated blade, a very comfortable handle, just like all of our other scissors and a right or left hander can use them with ease.
The large rings allow a comfortable fit for your fingers. Curved blades are perfect for anyone who does not want to risk puncturing their project. Made from German Steel.
These scissors are perfect for home decorating, heirloom sewing or quilting, and young beginners. Made from German Steel.
Gingher scissors are the highest quality scissor manufactured to exacting standards from high-carbon cutlery steel alloy. Decorative and practical with gold-plated handles and a fitted leather sheath. A special gift for someone or for yourself.
A stylish, decorative gilt scissor for cutting threads and embroidery
Sharp, double-curved tip enables threads to be cut whilst work is on the sewing machine.
Snap one end of the zinger to your scissors and the other end to your shirt or the front of your machine. The retractable line keeps the scissors handy and they'll never stray. Available in five random colours: red, purple (shown), yellow, blue and green. We would recommend 9040 the 3" Embroidery Scissors to work with the Zinger.
Black nylon frame with stainless steel blades for cutting thread in sewing, embroidery & needlepoint. Excellent for embroidery including gold work. The blades retain their sharpness. Very lightweight.
Spring action thread snipper. Thread snipper has very sharp points, replace plastic cap when not in use.
Restores blades to their original sharpness. In leather protective cover.The Gingher knife edge sharpening stone can be used to sharpen any scissors or shears which have been ground with a knife edge. The stone should only be used on the knife edge blade, which is easily recognised by its sharp bevel.Gingher knife edge scissors are extremely sharp; therefore, the sharpening stone should always be used with care.Keeping the knife edge sharp is vital to maintaining peak performance and long life. Only scissors and shears with a knife edge can be sharpened using a sharpening stone. Do not use the sharpening stone on embroidery scissors or pinking shears. The blade bearing the Gingher trademark is the normal edge and should never be sharpened.Instructions:1) Grip the scissors or shears firmly, avoiding contact with the knife edge.2) Hold the sharpening stone against the outside bevel surface of the knife edge at the steepest angle which will permit contact with the extreme edge.3) Use firm, upward movements to hone the edge, working from the tip of the blade to the shank with overlapping strokes. Work in one direction only do not pull the stone back and forth across the cutting edge. 4) Proper sharpening will create a continuous burr along the inside cutting edge which can be removed by simply closing the blade slowly. 5) After removing the burr, carefully wipe the blades clean before further use.
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