Mundial Pinking Shears - 8 1/2" - Plastic Handle

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There are so many types of scissors, shears and trimmers to choose from – like Straight, Bent, Dressmaker, Tailor, Pinking, Craft, Embroidery and Curved – just to name a few, so it can be difficult to know you are making the right choice. Straight Trimmers have in-line blades, while Bent Trimmers are angled which allows them to stay even with the cutting surface. Dressmaker and Tailor Shears are very similar, but Tailor Shears are larger with longer blades that result in longer cuts. Pinking Shears create a zigzag cut that prevents fraying. Craft, Embroidery and Curved Embroidery Scissors are the smallest of the bunch, and are useful for precise cutting. If you're still in doubt, don't hesitate to give us a call. We're happy to help.

Scissor Types for Sewing And Tailoring Straight, Bent, Dressmaker, Tailor, Craft, Embroidery, Curved
Pinking Shears Zigzag Edge Rainbow Material

Prevent Frayed Edges With These Pinking Shears.

Use these pinking shears to finish seams with a zigzag resistant jagged edge that helps resist fraying. The zigzag cut prevents the threads in the fabric from coming undone and loose. If you cut fabric, especially cotton or tight weave types, then you need pinking shears.