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  1. father's day skinner knife

    I ordered a couple knife blanks from WC a couple months ago just because they were on sale. I thought they would make perfect father's day presents, so I planned on making my dad one, and one for Eric. Eric decided he would rather I make his for his dad, rather than him(well, I could make his...
  2. Wood tools used for Antler carving

    This isn't truly woodworking but I did use the same tool set for these knife handles as for my wood carvings. I have a customer that is a flintknapper that specializes in replicating stone tools made by Native Americans, prehistoric Europeans creating lithic art and needed some 20 Elk and Deer...
  3. Rehandled Knife

    This is a Benchmade knife I made new scales/handles out of snakewood.
  4. Butter knife

    This is a butter knife I carved for a friend's birthday gift. It is carved from apple wood and is approximately 15cm long.
  5. Stanley 5.5 blade knifes

    Stanley 5.5 blade knifes hanging out with my friend Ron I'm in Scotland now, visiting my friend Jamie. Also have the chance to see a few of the lads from last year, one of them is Ron, Ron has a thing with knifes, so when he saw a knife I had made he said I could drop it of at his place… The...
  6. Bocote Pocket Knife

    This Knife was ordered from Jantz supply as a kit. The wood is Bocote bought as a 1/2" x 3" x 24" piece from Woodcraft. I sliced 1/8" of with a Zona handsaw, and used 1/8" piece for the pocket knife and used the 3/8" inch piece left over for a set of kitchen knives for the same customer. I...
  7. Baby crib mobile holder

    Sometimes the simplest projects are the most rewarding. My wife and I wanted a nice mobile holder for our new baby's crib. They are surprisingly hard to come by, and surprisingly expensive. I toyed with the idea of making one myself, but I couldn't find a nice design in my head (plus I don't...
  8. Carved Rose in Lime

    Hi, This is a small carving, overall it's about 280mm tall, the first photo shows my rose in a turned wooden vase. The rose is what I carved and the vase was turned by my late Father. I used Lime for this one but was never really happy with the wood, I find it too open grained, soft and easy...
  9. Nether Edge Farmers Market Summer 2011

    Just an update on how the stall looked this weekend. . . . in situ! Was a great day for sales and a few ostrich burgers to boot! Thanks to all for their fab feedback on the stall & products :) More images on my Facebook page here: http://www.facebook.com/pangadesign and remember to LIKE the...
  10. Damascus Knife with Presentation Box

    My son's birthday was last week. For this year's gift, I decided to make him a knife. On vacation a few weeks ago, I picked up a Damascus blade blank from Smoky Mountain Knife Works. The blank as purchased is in photo 5. I added some scales from some nice burly Eucalyptus that LJ ki7hy sent...
  11. My second knife with an unexpected stain for the wood

    This is my second knife. I made it mainly only to practice different technigues and see how the design works in real life. The knife turned out much better looking tahn expected and it fit my hand relly well. This was a budget build and I'm only using some scrap materials (pine and unknown...
  12. The set is complete

    Just finished my paring knife to complete the set. The Damascus blade is from Woodcraft (Item #153655) and so are the African Blackwood scales (Item #153762). The knife blade includes aluminum cutlery rivet. However, to keep the theme consistant, I used pins from Jantz knife making supplies. The...
  13. Nordic Primitive Knife

    Here is one of my latest creations. I call it the "Nordic Primitive" because it's made in the traditional Nordic style and the blade has most of the forge scale left on it, giving it a rustic look. The blade is from Helle in Norway. The handle is mostly made up of spalted maple. I carved...
  14. Marking/Carving/Striking Knife

    Marking/Carving/Striking Knife Have you ever lost something in your shop? Well during the weekend my marking knife has vanished… must have dropped it some ware and I can't find it. So I decided trying making one, for the first time. I used a long Hilti heavy duty metal jigsaw blade and o piece...
  15. Tool handles

    Just a couple of small projects, but things I'm happier with than I imagined I'd be when I started them! First is an apple handle for an old mortising chisel I picked up at a flea market. I'm still a novice turner, but this was really fun to make, and I think it turned out pretty well! Also...
  16. 2nd Marking Knife ofr Daughter

    Here is the second marking Knife I have made. This one is for my daughter, Scrappys Squirt Thanks for the sugestion Stefeng I think it will be more versatile this way. The angle on both sides will allow it to be used right or left handed. Another GoodWill Knife, This time I took the old handle...
  17. BlockHead Wizzard

    My wife needed to attend one of those Speed Awareness Courses, yes, she had been naughty in her car. The course was to take place about 2 hours from home so we decided to make a day of it. I would drive her there and then find somewhere to have a coffee or wander somewhere and wait for her. I...
  18. Sketch in Oak

    This piece is a quick sketch of a female rear, I used a piece of oak skirting offcut, about 20mm thick and a knife. I then used a scraper and finally oiled the surface. I love simplicity and I was trying for a simple picture in four or less lines. I have a few more ideas for further pieces like...
  19. A folding knife with bocote scales

    There's some wood here, so it counts right? This is my first attempt at making a knife. It's a lockback folder, with an O1 blade, bocote scales, and brass liners/hardware. I ground and heat treated the blade myself, and resawed the scales to bookmatch the grain. The wood is finished with...
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