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  1. So, my recent trip trip to Ashokan made me realize I can't let bladesmithing go by the wayside as I seem to be letting it, and I really miss it. (Not to mention how embarrassing it is to stand around so many makers and have nothing you've made to show and trying to be creative in conversations so you don't betray just exactly how terribly long it has been since you made a knife!) So I figure the best way to get back in is to actually finish any number of blades I have laying around here. This knife is something I treated as an exercise in forging larger blades and experimental heat treatin
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  2. This is my first Hamon, several years ago, 5160 and Saratoga refractory cement. Hippo and warthog teeth
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  3. Recently there has been a lot of love for the seax here on the forum. I can't even say how much I enjoy that, because they are certainly my favorite and most loved sort of knife to create and to see. It is a wonderful thing to see this old object being given new life and being imagined and reimagined by so many talented and hard working smiths. It is a beautiful weapon and tool that grows stronger and more real as each new smith begins to learn the proportions and the tapers that make these objects sing! So I humbly present the recent work I have made and say long live the seax! Fi
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  4. Three bowies with nice neat Hamon. D-lish!
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