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Gingher 8" Julia Knife-edge Dressmaker Shears

Gingher 8" Julia Knife-edge Dressmaker Shears
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8" Julia Knife-edge Dressmaker Shears

Recognized as the premier line of cutting implements for home sewing, crafts, and needle arts, the Gingher brand name has been synonymous with precision performance and lasting quality for more than 54 years. These Designer Series scissors have been decorated with the print Julia using a proprietary ornamentation process, giving each pair of scissors a unique, one-of-a kind design. The Julia print has been produced as a limited edition. Dressmaker Shears with knife-edge blades offer a longer cut ideal for cutting patterns, trimming seams or cutting long swaths of fabric. The bent handle design helps hold fabric flat for mistake-free cutting. Gingher Designer series 8" Julia knife-edge dressmaker shears.

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