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Handy tools #8: Knife making tools

06-09-2019 05:26 PM by Dave Polaschek | 12 comments »

I’ve been making stacked birch bark knife handles lately, and found a couple tools that made the process much easier. Note that the basic tools needed are something to cut the birch bark to size (unless you’re buying stacks from Russia, which are a pretty good deal, but a little short to do a complete job), and something to scrape the papery bits and any fungus off the outside of the bark. A card scraper will do just fine for the latter. You’ll also need something to put holes in the bark....

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