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Thread: I bought the Gingher seam ripper today but...

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    Super Member GailG's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sadiemae
    I still use a rotary cutter at home, but in public I use the eyebrow trimmer. Life is easier when women aren't panicing about the rotary cutter. LOL
    OK :oops: Is an eyebrow trimmer a pair of scissors or a blade?

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    What brand is the one you found and where did you find it? can you post a picture?

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    I didn't read all the post so I hope I'm not repeating something. I really wanted a Ghinger seam ripper but one day at our sewing group I tried one a friend had and I couldn't hold on to the darn thing. Just too slippery

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    Quote Originally Posted by gale
    when I tried to rip out a practice seam my stitches were too small for the end of the ripper to fit underneath. Are my stitches too small maybe? I think it's 2.2 and I have a Janome 6600. It's the default and I never changed it. Or am I doing it wrong?
    I have the same machine as you and I use it even smaller onto 2.0 or even 1.9 so you may have to either get another ripper or make your stitches a bit bigger.

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