Stitch Seam Rippers


Sewing, Patwork or Dressmakers


Stitch Seam Rippers

Stitch Seam Rippers are a small tool used for either ripper holes when you have stitched a buttonhole or if you have sewn in the wrong place. The head is usually forked with one side of the fork flattening out and becoming a blade and the other side forms to a small point which has a small ball to protected. In some designs the blade side then tapers back to a point to allow easier insertion in tight stitching.

In use the blade is inserted into the seam underneath the thread to be cut. The thread is allowed to slip down into the fork and the tool is then lifted upwards allowing the blade to rip through the thread. Once the seam has been undone in this way the loose ends can be removed and the seam resewn.

MIlward supply a premium quality, non-slip soft grip handle. Seam rippers can be used for many sewing and general purpose uses, including quick un-picking of stitching and for cutting open button holes neatly. High quality super sharp blade with a safety ball.

Soft grip handle and with Safety Ball


Additional information


, , , ,