Seam ripper – a small notion tool used to undo sewed stitches. #seamripper
These are very helpful and a must have tool for fixing mistakes in sewing stitches. You can usually find these cheap. Might be helpful to have a back up one, in case one gets dull or you lose one.
The number one must have notion tool! Sometimes they are referred to as an unpicker.
Careful these are sharp and could cut or puncture yourself, fabric or anything else.
This seaming ripping notion tool’s name us self explaining as it rips outs seams. Did you know you can use a seam ripper as a button hole cutter?
Parts of a seam ripper
- J-curve blade
- Red ball
The have a very sharp point on the J-curve blade, but the point is not what cuts the seams, it is the J-curve.
That red ball also serves a purpose! Read about the purpose of the ball.
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