True Left-Handed Large Ring Fine Tip Scissors (4in)
These LeftHanded Large Ringed Fine Tipped Scissors are great for all types of your needle arts & crafts:
A great choice for industrial and domestic use.
The handles Large Rings allow you to get in and out of the scissors quickly and easily.
- Famore Fine Point Scissors have many uses: These scissors are great for snipping threads while sewing, quilting & embroidery work, and keeping with your knit and crochet projects.
- Perfect for trimming – trimming loose sewing, quilting, and embroidery threads - also dog-ears and lose fabric.
- Controlled Cuts – Razor sharp edges & small sharp tips allow you to trim threads closely, accurately, and quickly.
- Small Size – (4-in) design allows for navigating closely around the embroidery hoop or sewing machine to single out wanted threads.
Forged from German grade stainless steel and easy to keep clean.
True Lefthanded Scissors Explained
This quick video explains how to correctly use true left-handed shears,
And why it's really about your line of sight when cutting fabrics correctly and precisely for your projects.
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I love these little lefty scissors! They cut so well and the larger thumb openings are so perfect for my larger hands! So perfect to travel with. The only wish I have is that they came with a leather protector as I lost the plastic point cover already. Not that they spend a lot of time just laying around though! I use them all the time! Thank you Famore!
I have been wanting a pair of left handed scissors to keep at my sewing machine for trimming. While I could use my large shears, they were a bit awkward for small tasks. These are perfect
Famore 708L - Large Ring Left Hand, Fine Point Straight (4in)
While I am right-handed, I bought these left-handed scissors to use occasionally when I need to cut things off of my right hand, such as wrist bands and/or bandaids, with my left hand. These scissors are of good quality and have already suited that need perfectly. They are small, which is just want I wanted, but if you have large hands/fingers, you may want a larger pair.