I have some Gingher scissors that got nicked so I needed to replace them. I read reviews on these scissors and liked what I read, so I bought them. I have used them on 1 project so ... (see full review) far and have been very pleased. They are lightweight and very sharp, even to the tip. The price is definitely right also.
These are perfect for cutting materials...just the right length and very very sharp.I especially like the bent up handles that allow you to keep the blades themselves flat on the t ... (see full review)able and so it doesn't raise up your fabric and throw it off (for doubled fabric pattern cutting) keeping your fabric smooth and even.Love these! Worth the money!
Don't let the looks of this pair of lightweight shears scare you off. They are great. This is my third pair as I am switching from my heavy metal Ginghers as I gracefully age. I a ... (see full review)lso use rotary cutters but shears are necessary too. Love these. A lady at my local fabric store had been using them at the cutting table for 5 years (her own pair) and said she never had to sharpen them. Got my attention for sure. Got my first pair there and have never looked at any other. I bought a pair for my daughter when she started sewing and she is happy with them too.
Great concept for scrapbooking... very safe when closed. When they arrived I had major difficulty opening the handles. Had male friend open scissors. BUT, the cutting ability wa ... (see full review)s so stiff I could never use them. They went back.... I'm waiting for a replacement. Hope they work!
I am so glad I saw this. I have always used scissors to cut my yarn after knitting. It is easy to wear around your neck and you never have to look for it. It cut very easily. N ... (see full review)ice weight not heavy.
I have used these Pinking Shears when I owned my own Marine Canvas Business to pink my fabric. I also was a Professional scissor sharpener and love to work with Gigher shears. They ... (see full review) stay sharp and work easy without tiring your hand. If you want a good long lasting pair of shears then these are the ones to buy.they are in my sewing box right now!
I really like my new bent sewing shears. So far, I am using them for pajamas (granddaughter) and quilt (daughter). They have a comfortable grip, and a great cutting edge. Thanks ... (see full review) for having them, HSN.
A perfect tool for embroidery! It's perfect for avoiding nicks in the embroidery and fabric. Also great quality in that the scissors are good with its precision and the design is ... (see full review) very professional.
Many thanks to the previous reviewer who pointed out that these are TRUE left-handed scissors...they are! And they're great. In my sewing experience, you can't go wrong with Ginghe ... (see full review)r. The quality holds up through the years. I wish they would go back to the leather sheaths they had with their scissors instead of plastic ones, but that's my only complaint!
I'm a cross-stitcher and I hate hunting my scissors every time I need to cut a thread. I put this on a cord and hang it around my neck. When I need to snip a thread -- there it is ... (see full review)- right in front of me. It cuts my threads quickly and cleanly. You will wonder how you ever did without it.
It's so difficult to find true left handed anything without having to pay extra just for being left handed. Cut great and even better price! Ordered several pairs to have on hand b ... (see full review)ecause so hard to find.
I have had 3 carpal tunnel releases on my hands. I do a lot of sewing so that means cutting fabric. These sissors are very easy to grab, comfortable, lightweight, and eazy to manip ... (see full review)ulate! I have had several pairs over the years, they somehow always wind up in someone else's hands cutting paper, a BIG NO-NO!!! The sissors cost much more money in a fabric store so this HSN price is a godsend! So if you sew or just need a hand-friendly sissor- STOCK UP!