- Two Sizes: Comes with 2 different seam rippers. Small handle seam rippers is 3.5 inch in length, the larger one is 5 inch in length (clear cap included).Can meet your different requirements.
- Sharp and Durable: Our sewing seam ripper blade is made from hardened steel to retain sharpness and durability. (Warning: Please keep them far away from children.)
- Non-slip Design and Comfort Grip: Seam cutter adopts a unique embossed design the antiskid effect through the resistance force generated by the handle. use an ergonomic handle for manipulating ease and comfort grip, the clear plastic cap can be as an extendable handle for easy sewing.
- Safe and Secure: Our seam With a round red mini ball at the end of the smaller fork for protecting your fabric.Good for cutting and ripping out unwanted seams.
- Good Sewing Helper: An essential tool for anyone who works with needle and thread! They are suitable for sending to sewing lovers as a gift.
Color: Black + White
Small seam ripper size: 3.5 inch in length
Larger seam ripper size: 5 inch in length
Quantity: 2PCS (Small and larger)
How to Use a Seam Ripper：
There are a few different ways to take out a seam with a seam ripper. Consider the weight and strength of the fabric you are using when deciding which method. Always make sure to work in good light so as not to nick your fabric.
One quick way to remove a long seam of stitching is to use the seam ripper to cut every third stitch on one side of a seam. Once that is done, you can simply pull out the thread on the other side of the seam.
If a seam is not stitched too tightly, you can cut the thread on one side of the seam and pick out an inch or two of stitches. Grasp this inch or so of thread and gently pull to make gathers in the fabric. Just before the thread feels like it's going to break, cut it at the other end of the gathers. You should now be able to pull this thread right out of the seam. (It depends on the weight of your thread and fabric, and the length of your stitches just how much you can pull out at a time.) Now, you will have a long thread on the other side of the seam and you can repeat the process until the entire seam is removed.
To cut open a buttonhole, pierce the fabric at one end of the inside of your buttonhole with your seam ripper. Bring up the point of the ripper at the other end of the inside of your buttonhole and cut. Doing it this way prevents over cutting your buttonhole. If you have a particularly long buttonhole you may want to do this in two steps, working from the edge to the center of the buttonhole.
To use the "c" type ripper, slide the blade under the stitches, being careful to keep the point away from your fabric.
Please take care when using this product due to sharp points and keep them far away from children.