Spare brought out the lasts and awls he had hidden in the corner.
They now possessed daggers and hammers of horn and awls and needles of bone.
It is well to have a variety of sizes of awls, fitted into hardwood handles.
In the shepherd state, they wrote their songs with thorns and awls, on leather.
The creditor, upon information that Curtis was packing up his awls to go to sea, resolved to secure him for his debt.
Copper-tipped drills, chisels, punches and awls were also made.
His awls were sharp, his lasts were new; he set up his stall in a neat cottage with two windows.
Leg bones of the turkey were used for awls, bodkins, needles, and similar objects.
Your mustachioes sharp at the end like shoemakers' awls, or hanging down to your mouth like goat's flakes?
Daggers, awls, and needles were made of bone; also combs apparently used for stretching sinews into long threads.