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Thread: Question about seam ripper

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    Quiltsbybarb's Avatar
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    The ones I usuallu purchases are Seam Ripper Ultra Pro by Havels and they come with 5 blades. I have two on hand right now that are made by Famore, kind of a generic of Havel, and they have three blades instead of 5.

    The Havels retail for $9.95 and these sell for $7.50. If you are interested, message me privately. I will ship you one of the Famore's for $7.50 plus $1.50 for postage.

    Barb

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltncrazy
    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltsbybarb
    There is a surgical seam ripper out there that comes with replacement blades. I love them and have sold A LOT of them at my quilt retreats. I have everybody hooked on them. They cost more up front but I think are well worth the extra cost.
    do tell, quiltsbybarb!
    what name do they go by? I have been eyeing one, but I really like the idea of changing the blades.
    Oh, I seem to be in a spendy mood this evening...:oops:
    (I think it's spend a lot or eat a lot...trying to cut back on eating :roll: )
    well, we quilters do need treats, don't we? :wink:

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    Senior Member Sparky's Avatar
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    Thanks. Yes I did. It will be part of new book ReNea Merrill is publishing on mandals.

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