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Old 09-13-2006, 07:14 PM   #1  
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I was wondering if anyone had a list of the sizes of circles that can be made with the Circle Scissors. I have one and have never used it and I noticed that it is numbered and I was wondering if there was a list somewhere that had the sizes listed with the corresponding number.

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I also have the circle scissor and the only measurement it comes with is on the back of the package. It says "Features: Cutting Slots - numbered from 25 to 150 mm". It also says that it cuts up to 125 circles in sizes from 1" to 6". I would guess that 25mm is 1" and 150mm is 6" and who only knows what they are in between! LOL! I hope this helps a little.
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What are circle scissors?
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I also have the circle scissor and the only measurement it comes with is on the back of the package. It says "Features: Cutting Slots - numbered from 25 to 150 mm". It also says that it cuts up to 125 circles in sizes from 1" to 6". I would guess that 25mm is 1" and 150mm is 6" and who only knows what they are in between! LOL! I hope this helps a little.
If you have a ruler with metric on one side- those are the measurements in mm.
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I would guess that 25mm is 1" and 150mm is 6" and who only knows what they are in between! LOL! I hope this helps a little.
One inch is 2.54 cm; the 2.5 cm approximation is close, but if you start using it for too much more than two inches the circle sizes will start being noticeably different than what you expect them to quite quickly.
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Thanks ladies. I bought it at a scrapbook store garage sale for $8.00. It had been used once for a class and I thought it was a good deal. The only other problem I am having is I don't know how to use it. It didn't come with directions and I kept trying last night, but I wasn't having a lot of luck actually getting circles. The bigger ones no problem, but the little ones, not so much.

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