Wednesday, July 4, 2018

The Tulip Beading Awl

The Japanese company Tulip apparently has what they describe as beading awls. They look like regular awls for enlarging holes to me.  Carmen posted a photo of hers on Facebook.

If you have need of such a tool, they are not very expensive.  They also might make nice laying tools.  The handles come in various colors:  pink, mint green, navy, and gray.  They appear to be a bit over five inches long and Carmen says the handles are soft with a depressed area to make them easier to hold.

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