The Puget Sound Knappers Association (PSK)
The PSK is an informal association of people who enjoy the Ancient Art of Flintknapping. Started in Western Washington, the PSK now has member throughout the Pacific Northwest, Western Canada and several other states and countries . With over 600 active knappers, the PSK hosts a number of major events or 'Knap-ins' a year. We also participate in a number of other events and activities such as Boy Scouts, various Rock Club Shows, School and Museum Demonstrations, Pagan Gatherings and others.
The purpose of the PSK and this website is to promote Flintknapping. To learn more about us please visit our 'About Us' page and the rest of the website!
For more of the latest news go here: News
Latest News - We now have a Philips HeartStart Automatic External defibrillator! Click on the link to learn more.
As of April 10, 2014 this website has had over 120,000 unique visitors with 6 million hits from 160 different countries. If you visit us and are interested in flintknapping, send us an email. We'd enjoy sharing our interest in the ancient art of flintknapping with you. You can contact us through our Webmaster at
The Puget Sound Knappers reach a new MILESTONE 622 active members as of December 4, 2015 - and we've gone INTERNATIONAL with 20 International members. Over 120 members have been initiated into the Ear of Corn Society
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Special Notice to PSK Members - A new way to locate flintknappers as well as make your location known to other flintknappers. Michael Miller, a flintknapper from Louisville, OH has created a collaborative map for flintknappers. With a free Google account you can 'pin' your location on the map and provide other information you feel is appropriate.
If you wish to add to this map and need assistance feel free to contact the PSK webmaster at
Go here to see the map:
(Plus 50 inactive members whose contact information is out of date. Help is needed to located these knappers - go to the 'Missing Knappers in the About Us' section for a list of knappers we're trying to locate)