Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Seam-Fix Seam Ripper

Unique ripper tip adds innovation to this must-have sewing tool.

Okay, I know there are tons of seam ripper aficionados out there, so you guys should find this sewing tutorial lots of fun. Ready? Welcome the newest Dritz® seam ripper to the family: it’s the seam-fix™ seam ripper! Just when you thought you couldn’t possibly love your ripper any more than you already do. Why? It’s got a unique rubbery tip on its cap that grips cut threads and whisks them away. Read on, friends, you will love this new sewing tool …

Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Seam-Fix Seam Ripper


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Seam-Fix Seam Ripper.

You’ll use the blade to cut through unwanted stitches just like you do with a standard ripper. Cut every 3rd or 4th stitch; flip fabric over and pull out the uncut thread on the bottom. (Refresh yourself on the anatomy of a basic seam ripper, and how to use it, here.) 


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Seam-Fix Seam Ripper.

Now for the the cool part … you’ll use the unique rubbery tip of the seam-fix™ seam ripper to grab and remove cut threads. No more picking at your fabric – it’s as if you’re “erasing” the threads away! 


Sewing Tutorial: How to Use a Seam-Fix Seam Ripper.

Take a close look at both the mini and standard seam-fix™ seam rippers that are available. Both have the clever rubbery tips on their caps. The caps should be on the rippers (covering the blades) when you’re ready to start “erasing” cut threads.


So are you a seam ripper fan? Check out our website to see the variety of Dritz® sewing seam rippers that are available. Surely you need a couple of new ones for your stash.

Have fun, and don’t worry about those sewing mistakes. They really can be easily fixed with a seam ripper!

 

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