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Review: Westcott Craft Scissors – Detail Blades for Craft Test Dummies

Review: Westcott Craft Scissors – Detail Blades for Craft Test Dummies | Red-Handled Scissors

I reviewed the Westcott Brand Craft Scissors – Detail Blades on Craft Test Dummies! (Don’t forget to check out last week’s review of the larger blades, plus a giveaway!)

Craft Product Review: Overview of Westcott Scissors – Detail Blades

With thanks once again to the generous folks in the Westcott Brand booth at CHA who sent me home with a suitcase full of scissors, here is part two of my Westcott Titanium Bonded Craft Scissors review. As promised in my post on Friday, this time I’ll be covering the scissors with small and detail blades. Check out last week’s review for a look at the Westcott craft scissors with large blades.

Just like last time, I tried each pair of scissors on a variety of fabrics to see how they performed. Each pair was tested on seven different fabrics: cotton, felt, oilcloth, stretch cotton, canvas, poly lining, and flannel. Using each pair of scissors, I cut a straight line, a curved line, a spiral, and an irregularly angled line in each fabric to see how the blades performed at varying levels of detail

Head on over to Craft Test Dummies to read the full review!

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