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Scissors, Scissors, Where oh where are they?

Old 09-19-2012, 05:37 PM
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Default Scissors, Scissors, Where oh where are they?

I don't care what I'm doing I cannot keep up with my scissors.! It is so frustrating. They are large and I can't wear them around my neck but I would really like to find something to attach to them that will beep when I clap my hands...Does anyone know of anything like this?

I have these wonderful 11inch scissors from Green OSK,INC. They are great and I have 2 pairs but can I keep up with them? No!

Any ideas? Remember they are too big to wear around my neck. LOL

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Old 09-19-2012, 05:40 PM
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maybe you need one of those really big things that gas stations put on their restroom keys.

i understand how frustrating it can be. my thing is lost rulers. like you, the item being big doesn't seem to help. good luck.
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Old 09-19-2012, 05:48 PM
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LOL Pdcakm, I agree. Whoever invents something like I described would be rich one day...
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Here you go!!

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That looks like a winner.
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Old 09-19-2012, 06:08 PM
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I bought 3 12" magnets for my sewing room from Harbor Freight, each was $5.00 but now I ALWAYS find m scissorws, seam rippor and every thing magnetic!
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No laughing here....I have taken the selvedges off of so much fabric and I have purchased several (oh, about 10 pairs) scissors and I have tied at least one pair to each of my sewing machine tables. I have tied them around the legs, around the plug in for the foot pedal. I have tied them to the nice clear sewing table that fits my Featherweight. I also have a pair tied to the ironing board. They are tethered on a selvedge, oh about 36-46 inches with a nice bow so that I can make them moveable if I ever need to move them. Then I have a pair tied to the sewing basket handle that I take to my chair to do my lap quilting. I have a pair tied to the basket that I carry to the area where I lay out my quilt pieces to decide how I am going to sew them. I have a pair on the table beside the dryer so that I can cut strings when the fabric comes out of the dryer. Now, these are all great scissors purchased with 40-50% off coupons and/or with the additional 20% off at JoAnn's fabrics. AND no one uses "Mama's Scissors" but Mama!!!!
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I have so many pairs of sissors but are any of them where I need them!!!!??... I can so relate to your issue. I have actually considered teathering a pair to the cutting table, one to the ironing board , and another to my machine table. That way they will be where I need them.
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I have tied mine to my sewing cabinet door before. That did help. Also they sell things to attached to your keys and when you push a button the alarm goes off on your keys to help you find your keys. I think that would work on the scissors. Just don't lose the button.
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Old 09-19-2012, 07:09 PM
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How about a holster type thing or a tool belt like carpenters and/or electricians use?
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