Pricking Iron Two Teeth (mm)
Our two teeth pricking irons allow you to make stitches on a curve or a circle and pair with longer pricking irons to give your creations a consistent look and feel in the stitching and seams.
These pricking irons are precision ground to perfection. They have a range of spacing options from 2.7mm to 5mm between each tooth.
Whether you buy your pricking irons here or elsewhere, be sure to choose the same teeth per inch for your other irons.
Pricking irons or stitching irons are a superior method for marking stitches for hand sewing leather. Normally, stitching wheels or lacing chisels are used in the US but the more traditional pricking iron will often give you better results. Pricking irons are set with multiple teeth in a row, making it easier to produce beautiful straight lines of stitches. Pricking irons can mark the leather deeper than a wheel and make it easier to follow up with your leather awl when sewing. Using a pricking iron also helps maintain the sharpness of your sewing awl since the irons are doing most of the work.
If you're new to pricking irons, be sure to check out our blog post on pricking iron basics.
When comparing Korean and French pricking iron or wheel sizes, use the conversion list below:
2.5mm = Number 11
2.7mm = Number 10
3.0mm = Number 9
3.4mm = Number 8
3.8mm = Number 7
4.0mm = Equivalent to Number 6.5
4.5mm = Number 6
5.0mm = Equivalent to Number 5.5
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The award winning tool company, Doldokki has been innovating and modernizing tool designs in Korea since 2007. Founded by an automotive designer, they quickly established a reputation for high quality, beautiful tools.
These sleek, ergonomic tools use a variety of exotic hardwoods include ebony, rosewood, cocobolo and Lignum Vitae. The range of woods used helps to give each hand made tool more unique characteristics. They are made from SKD11 (D2) steel that is masterfully hardened to 60 Rc and shaped to its final dimensions. The semi-stainless finish and greater hardness ensures better wear and retention of sharp edges.
Each tool is hand-made in short production runs and comes ready to use immediately for your leather crafting needs.