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Famore Pinking Shears

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Regular Price: $18.00

Special Price $15.30

How Pinking Shears are used?

  • The Pinking Shear (also referred to as scalloping shears). Pinking shears cut the fabric in a saw tooth or zigzag pattern.
  • Woven fabrics unravel when cut on the particle, which results in seams ripping out and loss of fabric.
  • Cutting the fabric exactly on the bias helps in reducing fraying. This is perfect for many applications, including seam finishes.
  • The Pinking Shear is mainly used to reduce fraying and prevent damage to the fabric's unfinished raw edge, it is also used to finish seam edges.
  • On non-fraying fabrics, using pinking shears helps to reduce a dull edge from showing through when pressing a seam and adds a finished look to the fabric.

Tips while using Pinking Shears:

  • Use the blades of pinking shears only for cutting fabric, in order to prevent dulling the blades.
  • Keep the blades clean and oil them periodically. (clean excess oil off before cutting fabric)
  • Avoid cutting too many layers at an instance. It is best cutting fewer layers at a time.
  • Using ANY Specialized Fabric scissors for any other tasks other than fabric will dull them, resulting in rough cutting, shredding of fabric and hand fatigue.
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Famore Pinking Shears

How Pinking Shears are used?

  • The Pinking Shear (also referred to as scalloping shears). Pinking shears cut the fabric in a saw tooth or zigzag pattern.
  • Woven fabrics unravel when cut on the particle, which results in seams ripping out and loss of fabric.
  • Cutting the fabric exactly on the bias helps in reducing fraying. This is perfect for many applications, including seam finishes.
  • The Pinking Shear is mainly used to reduce fraying and prevent damage to the fabric's unfinished raw edge, it is also used to finish seam edges.
  • On non-fraying fabrics, using pinking shears helps to reduce a dull edge from showing through when pressing a seam and adds a finished look to the fabric.

Tips while using Pinking Shears:

  • Use the blades of pinking shears only for cutting fabric, in order to prevent dulling the blades.
  • Keep the blades clean and oil them periodically. (clean excess oil off before cutting fabric)
  • Avoid cutting too many layers at an instance. It is best cutting fewer layers at a time.
  • Using ANY Specialized Fabric scissors for any other tasks other than fabric will dull them, resulting in rough cutting, shredding of fabric and hand fatigue.

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