The Patchwork Scissors serrated blades help grip the fabric on satin, silky, slippery fabrics. Excellent on cotton for cutting multiple layers of patchwork piecing, as well as for use on applique. Wool is also an ideal fabric for these scissors.
The eight inch is ideal for longer cuts and would be considered a standard length. The serrated teeth are considered a micro serration, not to be confused with a pinking blade.
As with the rest of Kai scissors, the Patchwork Scissors are made in Japan of a hardened stainless steel that allows it to keep it's edge longer. This allows for a smooth and consistent, fatigue-free cut. It also features a soft-grip handle that helps to reduce fatigue, even over long periods of cutting.
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