Bone Tools Workshop with Mike Metzger
Saturday April 10th, 2010
Instructor: Mike Metzger
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From splitting wood to catching fish, from knives, to awls, to whistles, flutes, arrow-points, spears and more, bone has served the daily needs of indigenous peoples from the beginning of creation and today as well. Students will work with deer bone and antler to make a tool of their needs (sewing needle, fishing hook, tooth-pick, crochet needle, etc.)
Methods on bone shaping/reducing both modern/primitive will be covered.
Max. Students 15
Requirements: Wear Work clothes.
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