Wednesday Giveaway

Debbie Russell is this week’s winner! She will receive a scissor charm on a chain. Scissor charms are pretty, and they stand out, making it easier to keep up with your nice scissors. AND, if your scissors are serrated and you have the charm on the correct grip, they help you to identify the serrated blade.

You can find other charms here.

I’ll be back next Wednesday with another Giveaway. Happy stitching!

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Watch the following video, starting at 30 seconds in, to see where to put the charm on serrated scissors.

144 thoughts on “Wednesday Giveaway

  1. I listened to your video sometime back, and immediately put a charm on my serrated scissors! I learn so much from your videos!


  2. Love the charms and of course the scissors. I wasn’t aware that you’re not only identify your scissors but also the location of the charm will tell you which blade is serrated. Thanks fir the video and the knowledge.


  3. What a great charm. I’ve been tying narrow strips of bright batik fabric on my scissors to keep track of them in classes and at retreats.


  4. I learn so many things from you! I never thought about designating which blade is serrated. Thanks for the tip and for the chance to enter.


  5. What a brilliant idea to add a charm to serrated scissors. That really takes the mystery out of how to hold the scissors while cutting with them.


  6. I love these charms. And wonderful for classes and retreats so you can keep track of your scissors. Love those little KKB scissors, but everyone does. So it’s really nice to be able to tell which ones are yours. Thanks for the giveaway!!


  7. Hello, Years ago at Quilt Adventures the students in my class had to walk through your class to reach our class. The pleasant atmosphere of your Applique class planted the desire to learn. This bead would remind me of my Applique journey began under your influence.


  8. I would love to have these scissor charms. Your class was amazing and I sure did not expect to learn about holding and using my scissors.


  9. This charm would look lovely on the Elan scissors I bought at your class at the NC Quilt Symposium. Thanks also for the tip about the serrated edge of scissors pointing up!


  10. The attached video added a whole new dimension for me as to why I might want one of these lovely charms. And I thought the adorable whimsy was all there was to it!!! Thank you for another wonderful giveaway! Fingers crossed.


  11. In addition to giving your scissors some charm, I added one to the keys on my antique sewing cases so I can keep track ofvthe key and know it is my case. Love them!


  12. I loved taking your class at cave city, Ky. I bought some serrated scissors and didn’t know how they needed to be used! Thanks.


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