I was inspired by photos of ancient Japanese needles, which could be used (among other things) to sew a samurai leather armor. This version also makes a practical poinon, a medium, a scribe or a box opener. It is on the thick side, and would also work as a central poinon (use a soft mallet to not distort the top). And, it will not roll from your bench/table. It is made from a vintage 3/8-inch gosho hexagon key (so it's an ex-hexagon key), which I straightened and twisted.The hexagonal tip is pointed and pointed, so choose and scratch things it can be used to attach a strap. Scribe comes with a well-fitted leather sleeve / sleeve and hand sewn. This is another one of my unique items - you get the exact tool and sheath shown in images. Gain - 4.25 per 1.75.