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Old 09-20-2010, 07:25 PM   #1  
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I'm thinking of buying these scissors cause they look kinda cool and fun! Do any of you have them and if so, do you recommend them?

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I had a pair of these, but returned them because when I cut with them, the blades didn't cut evenly. When I returned them, they were out, so I just got a refund and never repurchased them.

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I have them and love them, never had a problem. Sometimes my daughter and I just cut scraps for fun and make confetti, etc.
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I just bought them; but, although I've played with them a little, I haven't really used them on a project yet. Mine cut evenly, which is a good thing.
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I love mine. They are really fun to use. Great for cutting very narrow strips to weave for little baskets or just tiny weavings for cards.
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Amy Rysavy has a video on her blog demoing the scissors.

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It's her Sept. 19th post

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Ok those nails! All I could focus on was the test pattern! LOL
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i have these and they work great!

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I saw a pair (non-martha brand) in the clearance bin at Bed, Bath & Beyond this weekend. I didn't check the price, but thought I'd let y'all know.
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I just bought them; but, although I've played with them a little, I haven't really used them on a project yet. Mine cut evenly, which is a good thing.
I'm glad to read this and the other posts about them cutting evenly.. I think I'll go back and get me another pair.

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Hi ladies!

Thanks so much for your wonderful replies! I actually bought a pair online yesterday which will arrive to me next week! I sure hope they cut ok........cause they sure do look like they'd be fun to work with! lol

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Ah, American marketing savvy! I bought some similar to these sold as "manual shredders" from QVC on sale, 2 pairs for something like $12 or $14. Mine have more blades, making a slightly wider fringe. I like them, but they're not easy to control. I don't care if my fringe is uneven but if I did want precision, these wouldn't make me happy.
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