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Not only am I going to show you what I find to be the easiest way to rip out a seam I'm also going to show you a great way to get rid of all those little threads left behind.
The seam ripper I used in the video is just a cheap one that can be found on Amazon, and Walmart. There are some artisans out there making handcrafted seam rippers. They are really pretty but I can lose a seam ripper in a heart beat so I haven't invested in one. I flip out when I lose a $4.00 one I can't imagine the way I would react if I lost one that cost more than $20. Now if you are interested in using a razor blade like I said my grandmother did but would like a handle I've found a couple that I've been playing around with. There is a bit of a learning curve with them for me anyway. They are both made by Havel's. One is a disposable seam ripper similar to what I have in the video the other one has replaceable blades.
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