Sewing Seam Ripper - Hand-turned Sunrise Spectraply
This Sunrise Seam Ripper is made with Spectraply, which is manufactured in Maine, and made from thin layers of birch.
Sunrise, Sunset...Tomato, tomahto.
I gave you a few different angles, so you can see how VIBRANT this is.
You love to sew, but let's be honest: sometimes the sewing machine doesn't do what it's told. Why settle for a cheap, plastic seam ripper, when you can have one made with the love & attention to detail you give your projects?
The steel blade can easily be exposed, and safely stowed away when not in use.
Beautiful wood that warms to your hand. A polished, smooth finish that feels so nice, but also protects the wood for years to come.
This is one sewing accessory you won't want to hide!
No two are the same but the photos are true to this listing.
Blade Stowed: 4.5" (11.43cm)
Blade Out: 5.5" (13.97cm)
Finish is clear/glossy.
Video below is only to demonstrate how to open/close. It is NOT the listed item.