Mittwoch, 4. Februar 2015
On the bench.
-a seax blade for a free Torgard replica
-a hadseax for Olaf
-a heart pendant
-a rustic mountain man knife with copper ferrules and iron crosspiece
-another bushcraft knife
-copper ferrules and butt caps
All blades are made from ancient spring steel.
Watch this space!
Labels: artisan blacksmithing, Knifemaking Tribal Smithing Bushcraft Survival Mushroom Hunting, on the bench
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