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make your own bookbinding awl
I ended up a bit different. I drilled the hole and then used a "washer" shaped magnet. The magnet holds the steel needle in place and if I want I can remove/replace the needle. I also made a cap in the same way; the magnets hold the cap on
Nice! Thanks for all of the suggestions.
That's a good idea! I just do not use epoxy 'cuz of the smell and my allergies. I use a piece of cork to cap my awl.
sorry for the extremely late reply! i have been off some on line stuff for well, a long while. to answers your question, I cannot remember how many corks I used. However, the top photo on the "processing the corks" section show pretty much all of the corks I used prior to cutting them.
Oh, gosh! I had not checked these pages in a while. I am so happy that this worked out for you. Right on, right on! High five!
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This is a great craft idea! If anyone is interested, this website has other great cork applications you can try! - https://www.bangorcork.com/design-ideas/applications
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