Thread clipper with leather pouch

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Color: black pouch

Thread clipper  with leather pouch

Thread clipper  are designed to use while sewing to cut thread, trim loose ends, and make small fabric cuts. Their efficient design makes it easy to snip threads quickly without interrupting your workflow.They're small spring-loaded scissors that can be used for trimming loose threads as a garment is finished.

Specifications: 

Nickel-plated carbon steel.

Size: 4.5 inches long x 1.5 inches wide at widest point of handles.

The leather pouch is made in Italy exclusively for Studio Carta with genuine Italian leather and hand stitched with a selection of three thread colors: 

White with black stitching

Red with white stitching

Black with white stitching

Made in Italy, packaged and distributed in Chestnut Hill, MA, USA. 

Thread clipper  with leather pouch

Thread clipper  are designed to use while sewing to cut thread, trim loose ends, and make small fabric cuts. Their efficient design makes it easy to snip threads quickly without interrupting your workflow.They're small spring-loaded scissors that can be used for trimming loose threads as a garment is finished.

Specifications: 

Nickel-plated carbon steel.

Size: 4.5 inches long x 1.5 inches wide at widest point of handles.

The leather pouch is made in Italy exclusively for Studio Carta with genuine Italian leather and hand stitched with a selection of three thread colors: 

White with black stitching

Red with white stitching

Black with white stitching

Made in Italy, packaged and distributed in Chestnut Hill, MA, USA. 

Requests for returns and exchanges must be submitted by phone or email within one week of delivery. All merchandise must be returned unopened, unused, and in its original packaging. A refund will be issued after we have received the merchandise. Shipping costs are not refundable.

Elegantly crafted with history in every product.

Studio Carta products use materials and practices that date back to 19th century Italy—all from our collaborative studio in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts.