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Thread: how many pairs of scissors

  1. #126
    Super Member Maride's Avatar
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    Sep 2008
    New York, NY
    I have an obsession for scissors that my son has catalogued as unhealthy. I have my regular six or seven pairs for sewing. 3 or 4 pairs that I keep in strategic places around the house so they can be found easily before they go into the sewing table searching. I have 4 pairs in the kitchen, a few in the bathroom for nails, hair, etc. I have my Christmas collection with the cute handles, my Gingers with a lock on the handles, a weird scissor I found once with 5 blades (is a lot of fun to make the little one crazy: How did you do that?), a couple of paper scissors that I keep on top of the sewing table and they can find in case they do come to the sewing table, but they can be used before they open a drawer to search. OMG!!! My son is right. This is unhealthy. The problem is that I have lost so many to their carelessness, I now plan ahead and keep some available to them before they reach my good ones. I need help!

  2. #127
    Super Member Sienna's GiGi's Avatar
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    Dec 2010
    Akron, Ohio - Atlanta, GA - Mannheim Germany
    Several. A few here (KabuL) and I'm good for at least a few pairs at home.

  3. #128
    Junior Member SewsonSaturday's Avatar
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    Jan 2011
    Oak Harbor WA
    just 2 but also have 2 rotary cutters that get used more often even for cutting extra threads..

  4. #129
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    Jan 2007
    western arkansas
    Probably a leasst a dozen. Is that too many or not enough? LOL

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