Westcott 13865 4-Inch Sewing Titanium Bonded Curved Embroidery Scissors

December 6, 2013 - Comment

Sharp points. Hot forged fine cutlery steel. Thru-hardened, tempered and precision ground. Features two sharp points and fine tips that are well suited to sewing and embroidery and sturdy enough to cut light wire. Product Features Titanium, a high performance metal that is lightweight like aluminum stronger than steel and highly resistant to rust and

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Sharp points. Hot forged fine cutlery steel. Thru-hardened, tempered and precision ground. Features two sharp points and fine tips that are well suited to sewing and embroidery and sturdy enough to cut light wire.

Product Features

  • Titanium, a high performance metal that is lightweight like aluminum stronger than steel and highly resistant to rust and corrosion
  • Westcott uses a process that bonds titanium to a stainless steel core to produce a sharper more durable and longer lasting cutting edge
  • This package contains one 4inch scissors with contoured soft grip finger holes

Comments

green guy says:

good, but could be better I have used these scissors only for cutting thread, not fabric or paper, for several months. The openings for the finger and thumb are adequate and feel comfortable for my male, medium-sized hands, unlike most embroidery scissors. I wish the cutting edge of these scissors were about 3/8 inches longer and slightly more curved and the tips more pointed so that I could get closer in to where I want to cut, especially when using an embroidery module on the sewing machine. I don’t always get a clean, unfrayed, cut of the thread, especially near the distal end of the scissors, so, in that respect, these don’t seem to be as sharp as my 8-inch Scotch Titanium scissors. To get a clean cut of thread for threading a needle, I often use the small folding scissors on my reliable Swiss Army knife.

dwilson says:

Westcott Titanium Curved Embroidery Scissors The scissors sent to us did not have any curve in them, and are useless for embroidery use. I had wanted them for cutting away appliques, but am unable to do so with these scissors.

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