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Bone tools June 12, 2014

Filed under: Primitive Projects — stoneagepaths @ 9:51 PM
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Made some tools from deer bone.  Pictured are some ulna bone awls which are also great for flint knapping, they make really fine serrations and notches.  Also some regular awls and bone needles and a fish hook made from a deer toe bone. I polished and sanded them using the scouring rush also called horse tail reed.

 

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