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A bone folder or bonefolder is a dull edged device used to crease material in crafts such as bookbinding, card making and any other craft where a sharp crease is needed. It is also used for marking fabric where a temporary mark needs to be made without damaging the material. Often made from the leg bone of a cow, deer, or similar animal (hence its name). There are also synthetic alternatives available made from plastics. Bone folders made of teflon have the advantage of not creating shiny marks on paper during use.

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