Mark lines that serve as guides for subsequent operations on shoe parts.
What does a Hand Marker do?
Marks lines or numbers that serve as guides for subsequent operations on shoe parts: Selects pattern, following specifications. Places and aligns pattern on part. Marks lines with crayon, pencil, or pen, following slots in pattern. When marking location of heel seat, positions heel and scratches line on sole in front of heel, using knife point. Pencils in identifying numbers according to job ticket. May attach identifying tags. May be designated according to part marked as Heel Marker; Lining Marker; or according to guidelines marked as Eyelet-Row Marker; Fancy-Stitch Marker.