Donating these to the leatherworking dept. they’re with the sewing stuff now. Great for hand stitching. Blunt ends so no finger stabbing. Enjoy.
Awesome! Thank you very much!
The spiky wheeled things are stitch wheels: they mark out stitch spacing when using an awl (or the drill press) to make stitch holes.
The pricking irons (Shown to the left Of the stitch wheel) are an alternate means for making the stitching holes. One uses a hammer to mark (and make) the holes. Some projects (e.g. saddle making) don’t allow for the use of pricking irons due to the curves involved.
Thank you for letting me know what they are. I assumed the stitch wheels were something like that. I have just been using my diamond hole punches to mark the spacing for the holes.