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  1. Greetings to all, I have read numerous books and magazine articles and all of them say you should never put down your scissors when tying. And I have tried to do that, but I have large hands, and all the scissors i have gotten to date, have not had large enough finger holes to make it comfortable to hold them all the time. Usually, I end up on my feet doing a wierd contortion dance just trying to get the scissors back down over my knuckles so I can cut something. I have found it much easier to set the scissors I am using down, but I was thinking there might be a brand of scissors out there, that you might know of, that have larger finger holes for people like me who have large hands. If anyone knows of such a brand of scissor, i would sure like to know about it. Thank you all.
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