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Clover 3106 Yarn Cutter Pendant, Antique Silver
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- very clever yarn cutter is also very decorative
- measures 2x1-1/2 inches
- can be strung on a decorative ribbon and worn as a necklace
- sharp circular blade inside the metal exterior cleanly and quickly cuts yarns and threads
- Blade is not replaceable
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Yarn can be cut using any of the grooves. Rotary cutting blade is integrated with pendant, making it safe to use.
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By LD on January 10, 2019
I bought this item mostly as a novelty. It's not difficult to carry around a small pair of scissors for cutting your yarn, but this pendant just looked so cool! I had my eye on it for a while before I finally decided to splurge (mostly prompted by the much lower price on Amazon). I bought mine in the silver color and it looks quite fetching. It works well, but cutting the yarn with this pendant is not quite as precise as using scissors. The yarn doesn't fray, but it doesn't form as neat an end as using a sharp pair of scissors. To some this may detract from its utility, but since you weave your ends into your work anyway, I don't really see it as much of a problem.
The pendant is a little heavy, but not obnoxiously so. My major complaint is that it does not come with a chain. Of course, I want to wear this around my neck. But, I could not get it onto any of my silver chains that I own because the eyelet is just too small. I ended up making a thin cord of yarn, but I would prefer a metal chain (especially since it's summer and I live in California...I imagine it will not take long for the yarn to get sweaty while sitting around my neck). I also think that a silver chain would match the pendant better. The yarn cord I worked up just makes it look cheap.