WIP -- 1st knife from scratch

seionage

Well-Known Member
Other side.

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seionage

Well-Known Member
thanks for the kind words and encouragement.

I almost feel sad that it's over...oh well, time to start another one. ;-)
 

Ronald P. Rochon

Well-Known Member
Congratulations,taking the "hard Road", paid you off in Spades.Your hard work and diligence has given you depth of hard won victory.I enjoyed your WIP from the start.Nice piece of work,cant wait to see your next! Sincerly, Ron.
 

Carey Quinn

KNIFE MAKER
This has got to be the most detailed WIP I have seen and for your first knife, it's been amazing. I have enjoyed seeing how you solved problems and came up with a very nice looking knife. You should be proud and I am proud of you.

Well done,
Carey
 

seionage

Well-Known Member
Thanks for the kind words.

Of all the areas of the knife, the one I'm most proud of, is mating up the scales to the bolsters. That was tedious sanding, but it was very satisfing.
 

Drew Riley

Well-Known Member
The most tedious work often brings the most satisfying results, and you've shown that very well.
Judging from how well this first knife turned out, I can't wait to see what you do in the future, 10, 20, or 30 knives from now!

Looking forward to more!
 
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