Our scissors are not our only tools. We use them every day, and so it’s only natural that we use them to cut up and manipulate yarn.
We use scissors every day, so it’s not hard to see why we use them to cut up and manipulate yarn.
The problem is that the scissors we use are not designed with our yarn-cutting needs in mind. Because they are made out of solid metal, they are not designed to cut yarn. To use a crochet scissors, yarn needs to be pulled from a loop on the handle, and then cut with a knife or other instrument. The problem is that when we do the cutting, all that is left behind is a tiny bit of yarn.
There are two ways to create a crochet scissors – the first is to use a tiny piece of string and then use your scissors to cut a knot with a tiny piece of string.