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Black Sheep Embroidery Scissors

£9.95

These adorable black sheep embroidery scissors are ideal for snipping threads on your embroidery projects. They’re a lovely weight and beautifully made from high quality stainless steel making them a joy to work with.

The delightful sheep design continues on to the back and they measure 3.75” long. They have fine points allowing for precise cutting and there’s an adjustable tension point.

Add a little character to your sewing box with these charming embroidery scissors!

All orders are shipped in 1-2 working days from the UK.
UK orders may then take up to 10 working days to arrive after shipping, and international up to 6 weeks.

NB. The customer is responsible for any and all taxes, customs fees and import duties if ordering from outside the UK. These will be issued by your local postal service and vary depending on your location. We are not responsible for any delays due to customs.

Shipping costs are as follows:

UK orders over £35 - FREE

UK 1st Class - £3.75

EU Tracked - £12.00

Rest of World Tracked - £15.00

Customer Reviews

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P.
Lovely Scissors

These are super scissors, a bit of fun to have a funky design but they are also really shar and great for precisely cutting threads!

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E.
Perfect Gift

I bought these scissors as a gift for a family member, and I think she'll absolutely love them. The design is beautiful, and they feel like a really nice weight in your hand. Since it's a gift I haven't tested them, but it seems like they're a really high quality pair of scissors, and I'm somewhat tempted to buy a pair for myself!

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W.L.
Perfect Gift

The perfect gift for my 'crafty' friend

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E.M.
Embroidery Scissors.

A lovely company to deal with and ordering is easy..
I will buy again from them as their products are very good and arrive quickly.
Recommended.

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F.H.
Practical and the Perfect Gift!

Sweet, fun and nice to use, these pretty scissors made the perfect gift for a cousin who actually keeps sheep for a living and likes to stitch in her spare time.