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Two more done and on to preparing for spring!

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The start of the year has been a mess of projects, mainly around the house, which has caused a shortage of shop time. Although some things are getting done, but not at the pace I'd like.

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New Year, new knives a rusty anvil, and some same old stuff as well.

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First blog of 2017 and here we go! Winter is setting in here in SC. Right now we just had our first (and probably only) snow here in the upstate. It's cooled down a bit, but things are still happening in the shop.

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End of the year post full of knives and such!

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As 2016 winds down to a close, I cannot say thank you enough to everyone who has made this year in the shop a great one. To everyone who has bought a knife, took a class or just followed along, THANKS for your continued support. I accomplished quite a bit this past year. Even with a few bumps in the round along the way, I still managed to grow considerably.

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Teaching, tools and knives... Oh My!

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What a crazy month October was. So crazy in fact, I only posted one update to the website in that time. Time to get back on top of it and keep this thing dusted off. The past 30 days have been a fury of forging items in the shop, along with a influx of students taking classes and some knives being made.   K.S.K. in 5/32" thick D2 is on the bench. If you're wanting a knife to give as a gift for Christmas, order cut off date in November 20th. I will be making a few knives for the...

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Knife No. 100 and beyond! Some hammers and new tools!

I never thought I'd make it to 100. I did shuffle a few around to get some orders cleared out, but this one is the 100th knife. No name for it, just No. 100. It was fun to make this one. Stepped well outside my normal design comfort zone and had to do some work getting the grind right, but in all I am content with how it turned out. Now, on to the next hundred or so knives!

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