The awl is used to mark points on the inside of the block or pattern, by piercing a hole through the cardboard or paper. The resulting hole is referred to as a "drill hole". These drill holes indicate the placement of the dart point, pocket placements, buttons and buttonholes, and other interior features that need to be marked onto the fabric from the pattern.
This multi-purpose awl, made in Japan, features a stainless steel shank and ergonomic wooden handle.
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