I found this seam ripper kit at woodcraft. They’re incredibly easy to make, and they make awesome gifts. I made this seam ripper for my mom. I’m also going to make another one for my wife. If you have any sewers in your family you should consider making one. I’ll include links at the bottom of this post where you can pick one up. The wood I chose for the handle was padauck wood. It’s an excellent turning wood and looks beautiful when it’s finished. For the finishing I used EEE Ultra-Shine, and a couple of coats of Shella-Wax. The combination of these two products really gave it a beautiful shine and should hold up for years.
If you make one of these be sure to post a picture of it over on the WoodLogger Facebook Page. I’d love to see how yours turns out. (pun intended)
- (1) Seam Ripper Kit
- (1) 1-1/2″ x 1-1/2″ x 6″ Wood Blank (I used padauck wood)
Milling & Assembly
Items Used to Finish this