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Thread: pinking shears

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    I bought some fiskars with a coupon at Joann's that work just fine. I don't use them often but when I do they work well. I use them to cut muslin strips for facial waxing and sometimes around the edge of my quilt before binding, so it does tick and thin cutting.

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    I have a pair of Fiskar soft-touch pinking shears and I really like them. I know Gingher are very good ones. You can probably get a coupon to help with the cost whatever brand you decide on.

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    all my scissors are Fiskars. Love them.

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    Mine are Singer and I love them...I have had them for 25 or 30 years and they are for lefties (I am one!)
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    I think I have 3 pair that I never use, old old pair of Weis.....only use my wavy rotary blade, in fact just used it yesterday for the seams on binding that I pressed open.
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    thanks I am making some numbers and I want to pink around them so the flannel does not fray

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