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  1. Projects Good and Evil daggers

    Here's the final. I added a wall mounting plaque. I got a bug to use up some scraps and saw a YouTube video of some elven daggers so I decided to make my own. I'm an old DnD player/DM so I thought I'd put together a back story to who made them. Twin elves resulting from a one-nighter...
  2. 'Zombie' Slayer Daggers

    The last ditch weapon if the 'Zombie Apocalypse' ever happens! Mostly just art pieces just because! The handles are left to right in first shot: Oak, Mahogany, Beech, and Mahogany. I must confess, I did not twist the steel, I came by it already twisted and the first thought was 'dagger'. Guess...
  3. Here's a 13 inch and a 17 inch dagger recently completed. now with scabbards

    The large 17 inch dagger was carved from wax maple and colored with tobacco stain and polished. The smaller dagger has a nice grain walnut blade and a dyed maple handle. Found some great top grain cowhide for the holsters. Rubbing briskly while damp takes on an imprint of the blades inside.
  4. Sword for my Nephew

    Every time my nephew came into the shop he'd say "Can we make a sword?" So I made him one for x-mass. The expression on his face when he opened it was awesome
  5. Focus on the Workspace
    Hello fellow Lumberjocks… I was recently given a dust collector similar to this one I think it will meet my needs, but I'd like to vent it outside instead of through the upper bag. Has anyone done this...
  6. Woodworking Skill Share
    Recently I had to cut some green wood in my shop. It left some sap on my tools and I am finding it very hard to remove. Any suggestions on getting this off? TIA
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