What tools were made to make colonial shoes?

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There were shoemakers or cobblers who measured each person's feet and carved lasts [templates] out of wood with knives. Then they cut the leather with knives, and sewed the pieces together with needle and thread, punching the holes with awls.
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How did colonial cobblers make shoes?

\n. \n Answer \n. \nThey cut out the leather pieces according to the size of the shoe they wanted and then they sew the pieces together. Small nails or pegs were used

What are the tools for cabinet making from the colonial times?

some tools that are used are: . Saws: A tool that would cut off large pieces of wood off of maybe a large tree trunk or something like it. . Drawknife: A two handed tool