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Knifecraft

USA, 1950 (MIFF 1954, Accent On Use)

Illustrates the proper care and handling of a pocket knife, using as an example the carving of a Katcina Doll lamp. Shows initial preparations, the whittling down of material to rough dimensions, carving detail and the painting of an Indian design to finish the lamp.

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