Mundial Light-Weight Thread Snips - 4 3/4"

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$5.69 - $5.95
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Brand name Thread Clippers.

The Mundial light-weight thread snips hold their edge much longer than others and need sharpening less often. Use for quick snipping and tight seam stitch cutting. Measures 4 3/4".


  • Professional quality
  • 1 1/4" cut length
  • Light-weight
  • Clips away any unwanted ends for a clean finish

Product Specifications

Brand: Mundial
Units: Each
Material: Hardened Steel
Size / Dimension: 4 3/4"
Thread Clips on Display with Spun Polyester Thread Spools on Sewing Table

Compact, Convenient Thread Snips

Thread Snips are known by so many other names: thread snippers, thread clippers, thread nippers, and thread clips – but this sewer’s tool comes in handy no matter what you call them. Designed with a sewer’s workflow in mind, a set of Thread Snips is a must-have to keep your work moving smoothly. Use Thread Snips for trimming loose threads and ends from fabric, cutting thread, or making small, precise cuts quickly and easily as you work. Many Thread Snips can even hang from your third finger or the side of your sewing machine while you work, so you can be sure they’re never out of reach.