Too many types of scissors! CONFUSED
While shopping for pinking shears to replace my (DuraSharp?) broken handle set, I was frightened by all the scissors for different applications.
So I hunt for & find my scissors paperwork.
The DuraSharp 5" are "ideal for precision cutting of tape, film, paper, string and many other home/office materials".
The DuraSharp 8" are "ideal for everyday cutting of fabric cardboard, tape, light rope, paper and many other home and office materials."
Before seeing all the different types of scissors, I thought all/multi-purpose ones were fine!
Now I'm really worried I'll have to buy a pair of each type of scissor!
To give you an idea of what I need scissors for, most of the things I work with in the sewing/crafting realm are: craft foam, beading wire, chenille stems, wool & acrylic felt, magnet sheets, embroidery floss, crochet/knitting yarn, twine, greeting cards, chipboard, cardboard, cotton & cotton-poly fabric, fabric interfacing, batting, ribbon, & I may be using them for cork & thin metal sheeting.
I just 'lost' my paramedic style scissors to the man cave/garage. :-(
I also work with houseplants, bushes, trees, perennials & annuals!
So, may I please have some help figuring out what scissors I need before I have a nervous breakdown? ha ha ha
Many thanks in advance!