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    The Guild President

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    My favorite seam ripper is the Havel's. You can change the blade and comes with a larger blade for cutting open button holes.

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    Brass ripper from Pam ? Somebody, the Decorating Diva. Its very heavy which is why I like it. Would definitely buy again.

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    Binding Belle

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    I just wish they’d go back to making seam rippers where the cap fits on the opposite end when you’re using it. They do it for mini’s, but not regular-sized seam rippers. Can’t tell you how many times I’ve lost the dang cap because there’s nowhere to put it!

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    Ooh, I like the idea of a blade for cutting long sections of thread. I think I will always want a traditional seam ripper on hand but the blade type would be good to have too. I'll look into the one from Havel since it was recommended a few times.
    Courage is being scared to death, and saddling up anyway. ~John Wayne

    Quilting is my passion . . . chocolate is a close second!

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    https://www.amazon.com/Taylor-Sevill...le+seam+ripper
    I am always dropping and breaking the tip on the stone tiles. Now I can close it, hopefully before I drop it.

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    Block Queen

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    I use this same seam ripper. I get more done and make less mistakes with this one. I like the extra blades that come with it. It is very sharp so user beware.
    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy224 View Post
    I generally use the Clover for smaller ripping, but for those long seams Havel ultra pro is my all time favorite. Extremely sharp but easy to use and not cut your fabric. I did not know about the Bohn folding ripper and will have to add it to my collection. I think it will be perfect for my Bionic Gear Bag traveling sewing kit.
    https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...pper-ultra-pro

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    I think I am set on the Havel Ultra Pro for a blade type cutter. Now to settle on a regular type... I'm liking the idea of a retractable seam ripper Carolyn. I'll definitely be looking into that one.
    Courage is being scared to death, and saddling up anyway. ~John Wayne

    Quilting is my passion . . . chocolate is a close second!

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    Machine Stitcher

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    Default Re: Looking for a great seam ripper...

    If you can get it, my very all-time favorite is the white ripper that comes with the Bernina machine. If you are close to a Bernina shop, they generally carry this in their notions' department.

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