Sharpening Your Scissors

Published 08/01/2011 by Donna Kennedy

If you own Ginger scissors, you can go to Ginger’s website to find information about sending your scissors back to them for sharpening. For a fee they will sharpen, reset the blades, and ship them back to you.

If you have a different brand, or would rather stay local, try the “Sharp Shop” on Charleston. Although I have not used them, I’ve been told about them from everyone from a hairdresser to a meat cutter, and that’s good enough for me.

The general consensus among those who frequent the fabric stores is NOT to use the sharpening service that comes around intermittently.

Fiskars Scissors

(Photo by comedy_nose on Flickr)

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