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  1. Hello! Have you ever had the carpal tunnel syndrome? A wonderful thing - it makes you appreciate the work time you have left (between the immense dosage of pain and the inability to hold anything properly ). Well, because I had only limited time left after working on orders, it made me think about in which areas I want to improve. I decided that I want to be better at carving, and at adapting ancient patterns - and so this little bugger was born. I has a 9,5cms blade composed of wrought iron strip, 13 layers of 15n20 and C80, and tool steel edge. The handle is carved reindeer antler and cher
  2. Hi! It has been some time since I posted anything... I was working on some boring projects, but this one is a sort of a milestone for me (and it was a millstone for some time, too ) . I was contacted by my very good customer, who wanted an arabic dagger. I make mostly dark age things, but I believe it is good to step outside one´s box every once in a while... The budget allowed for a PW blade that was supposed to be around 400 layers, and asimpler hilt and scabbard. Well... fortunately for the customer, the two 210 layer billets would not be enough for the size of this thing, and so I made a
  3. I have three spots left in my April 20-25 Patternwelded seax class at the New England School of Metalwork. last years class went amazingly well and this year should go even better in the new shop space!
  4. I have a very exciting teaching schedule this year. I am very happy to have been asked back to all of these schools. This is what is set up so far I will be adding more classes through out the year to my schedule as I book them. First beginning in Jan. my return to Brookfield craft center in Brookfield CT this is a great shop that has seen some hard times financially over the last few years and has been forced to close its doors more than once, but with a totally new board of directors in place new life is being breathed back into this school. I have a real soft spot for it as it is the first
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