Gingher 4" Light-Weight Embroidery Scissors

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Gingher offers the premier line of cutting implements in home sewing, crafts and needlework.

Gingher light-weight 4" embroidery scissors are a basic necessity for every sewing and needle arts enthusiast. They have strong stainless steel blades for precision cutting all the way to the points. They feature specially contoured handles made of light-weight black molded nylon and are comfortable for either left or right hand users. Use a screwdriver to adjust the tension.


  • Stainless steel bladed
  • Use left or right hand
  • Use screwdriver to adjust tension

Product Specifications

Brand: Gingher®
Units: Each
Size / Dimension: 4"
Material: Steel Blades w/Nylon Handle

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August 06, 2020
Pretty good scissors, I still like the Kai better

I have been a fan of Kai scissors for a long time. In my experience anything that needs sharpening you should buy from the world sharpening experts in Japan. The Ginghers have made in Taiwan so maybe that is almost as good. I compared the Ginghers to the Kai 4" needle craft scissors: Ginghers: longer blades/cut length 1.5 vs 1", thicker blades, cut right to the end even in fine fabric, larger beveled area, not as pointy, probably more rugged than Kai, larger / thicker, 1/4" longer overall length, slightly longer finger holes though not as large in diameter, burrs inside finger holes on mold parting line. Very loose at pivot, cannot tighten, screw must be peened to back blade. Snipped thread perfect in throat and tip of blades. Kai: delicate, detailed, finer point, narrower blade, cut closer to a seam. Pretty looking, arms are curved and relieved between handles. Had burrs in finger holes I had to sand out at the parting line. Both good scissors, So about a toss up to me

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Lisa P.
  • logologo Staff