Nigiribasami Fabric Snips
BACK IN STOCK EARLY W/C 14TH DECEMBER, IN TIME FOR UK CHRISTMAS DELIVERY.
Traditional Nigiribasami snips.
Ever eaten an onigiri (rice balls sometimes wrapped in seaweed, normally with a filling like salmon)? Well, an ‘onigiri’ is so called because it’s squeezed in to shape in the palm of your hand, and these little beauties are so called because…you squeeze them in the palm of your hand. ‘Nigiri’ = ‘to squeeze’ in Japanese.
Bonsai folk use these snips for ultra small scale pruning, but they’re also designed for sewing work, cutting and unpicking thread as well as dead-heading flowers and delicate work around the home and garden. Use to your intricate delight.
Gift wrapped in tissue paper.