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Our Make & Take Series is Back!

Our Make & Take Series is Back!

Join Leila from Muna and Broad Live on October 2nd!   Back in March, we started hosting what we call "Virtual Make & Takes", which are live workshops hosted by makers from a whole bunch of different industries and crafts, such as quilting, embroidery, home DIY, and textile art. We had such a...
Our Top Tips for Keeping Your Scissors in Tip-Top Shape!

Our Top Tips for Keeping Your Scissors in Tip-Top Shape!

1. Be Gentle.  Scissors, just like any other tool, are fragile and mishandling them can affect the way they cut. Some of the most common and damaging habits we see come from simply placing scissors on a table. This can also be why your brand new scissors are chipped. Try to be extra careful when ...
Virtual Make & Take Round 2!

Virtual Make & Take Round 2!

It's Round 2: 5 Makers, 5 Projects, 5 Days. In light of #StayHome and wanting to provide some positivity, distraction, and to kick-start some creative juices, we've partnered with 5 new Makers in 5 different industries to encourage you to learn something new and cool while staying at home!  We ho...
Virtual Make & Take - Meet Your Makers!

Virtual Make & Take - Meet Your Makers!

5 Makers, 5 Projects, 5 Days. In light of #StayHome and wanting to provide some positivity, distraction, and to kick-start some creative juices, we've partnered with 5 Makers in 5 different industries to encourage you to learn something new and cool while staying at home!  We hope that these work...
High Carbon Steel versus Stainless Steel

High Carbon Steel versus Stainless Steel

We handcraft our scissors from two kinds of metal: high carbon steel and stainless steel. The differences between the two steels is one of our most frequently asked questions, and a topic we love to talk about because of how differently they can affect a scissor.
How to Find a Great Pair of Shears: A Handy Guide for Beginner Sewers

How to Find a Great Pair of Shears: A Handy Guide for Beginner Sewers

  Have you ever wondered how to spot a great pair of tailor shears? We've got you covered. We have compiled 5 points on how you can spot a great pair of scissors below:   1. Look at the tip. On your average pair of scissors, have you ever noticed the blade becoming less and less sharp the closer...