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ways to add texture to wood with tools you already have.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

ways to add texture to wood with tools you already have. More

today I'll be showing you how to make a knife from a railroad spike. this has been done here before but I have a different process than the one I've seen that you can find here http://m.instructables.com/id/Forged-Railroad-Spike-Knife/ now you may have seen this way before but this other ible is the only one I could find here so I thought I'd show you how I do it have fun and be safe :-}

today I'll be showing you how to make a knife from a railroad spike. this has been done here before but I have a different process than the one I've seen that you can find here http://m.instructables.com/id/Forged-Railroad-Spike-Knife/ now you may have seen this way before but this other ible is the only one I could find here so I thought I'd show you how I do it have fun and be safe :-}

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Picture of How to make a railroad spike knife?

How To Make A 10 Cent, 10 Minute To Make, Backup Survival Knife | Knowledge Weighs Nothing

How To Make A 10 Cent, 10 Minute To Make, Backup Survival Knife | Knowledge Weighs Nothing

Stages of a Pineapple Twist

Stages of a Pineapple Twist

How to Make a Forge and Start Hammering Metal - How to Build a Forge

How to Make a Forge and Start Hammering Metal - How to Build a Forge

Pat Percival of NorthCoast Knives posted this simple phototutorial demonstrating how he makes decorative handle pins for his custom knives by nesting telescoping metal tubing of various sizes, shapes, and materials. These are known as "mosaic" pins among knifemakers, and although Pat only mentions it in passing, it is generally agreed that the voids in the design need to be filled with some kind of resin, which is often epoxy with coloring agents added to taste.

Pat Percival of NorthCoast Knives posted this simple phototutorial demonstrating how he makes decorative handle pins for his custom knives by nesting telescoping metal tubing of various sizes, shapes, and materials. These are known as "mosaic" pins among knifemakers, and although Pat only mentions it in passing, it is generally agreed that the voids in the design need to be filled with some kind of resin, which is often epoxy with coloring agents added to taste.

Sweet skill

Sweet skill