Rated 3 out of 5★ by 2reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5★ by rahamama Did I Get a Defective Pair or Something? My current sewing scissors are a pair of Westcott all purpose scissors I bought about a year ago on sale for around .67 at Dollar General. They aren't bad scissors, but I thought I should buy a pair of exclusive sewing scissors since I've used my other ones for everything from fabric to hair to clipping coupons, and if that's not bad enough, my son used them to make birdhouses out of milk jugs. I thought if I bought a pair of sewing scissors I could actually cut a clean line on my fabric.These Singers cannot possibly be sewing scissors. I tried cutting fabric with them, and then I switched to my 67 cent scissors and tried cutting the same fabric. The cuts appeared similar, but I gave my old scissors a higher rating because at least they were easier to open and close (it is impossible to hold the singers open and run it along the fabric, I tried every angle and could not make it happen. So you have to open and shut them to make each cut, and that is NOT an easy task.I wanted to give them a negative one star, but I gave them one star instead because I didn't want to be mean. (Okay, okay, the system wouldn't let me go into the negative). Plus, they do look nice, and if you just want something to hang on the wall, I guess they aren't bad #Why you would hang scissors on the wall is beyond me.# Besides, the comfort grip is pretty nice. Since I only used them for about twenty seconds before wishing I hadn't wasted my time or money purchasing them, it's kind of hard to judge whether the comfort grip will prevent blisters, but probably.BUT IF YOU WANT SEWING SCISSORS, DON'T BUY THESE! #I seriously wonder if I got a factory mistake or something? If so, my apologies...) 03/06/2013
Rated 5 out of 5★ by 87Love very good works very well 12/28/2013