7 February, 2020
Tools, Traditional Skills
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Beautiful. Lost art. I like that you have a young audience.
February 7, 2020
Note to camera-operator: in a circumstance such as this, his hands are more interesting than the top of his head.
I live in NW KentWe did this when we were kids, using a large pebble instead of the antler.
We made mostly arrowheads using coppice for the arrow shaft and bows.
We didn't even know it was called flint knapping lol
Excellent. A thing of beauty, and practical too, entirely by hand. Thanks for passing it on.
Really useful knowledge and skill. Thank you for the upload.
February 8, 2020
Need to get my hands on some of that beautiful blue English Flint someday.
February 12, 2020
Very nice to see, it actually is very interesting and might try.
February 29, 2020
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