Gingher® Stork Embroidery Scissors 

Item # 10354409 
$22.99

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The unique stork design of these embroidery scissors includes slender blades and finely ground points perfect for cutting thread or making precise snips. A double-plated chrome-over-nickel blade finish is both striking and durable, and a leather sheath protects the blades when not in use.
 
Details:
  • 3 1/2"
  • Leather blade sheath

 
 
The unique stork design of these embroidery scissors includes slender blades and finely ground points perfect for cutting thread or making precise snips. A double-plated chrome-over-nickel blade finish is both striking and durable, and a leather sheath protects the blades when not in use.
 
Details:
  • 3 1/2"
  • Leather blade sheath

 
 
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Gingher® Stork Embroidery Scissors is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Stork bill needs to be sharper I've sewn with stork scissors for 50 years. I use it mostly as a seam ripper because of the sharp point. I currently own 4-5 stork scissors. I recently purchased Gingher's stork scissors. None of the points are sharp enough to use as a seam ripper. I was tempted to ask my husband if he could put a sharper point on it, I know it is probably a hazzard with a sharper point, but it is needed when ripping things apart.
Date published: 2016-05-18
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