As with all crafts every day is a day to learn and grow, here is a gallery of past one off knives I have done.
If there is a thing I love just as much as being at the forge its being out in the wilds, be that camping or hiking. When out in camp its always key to have a good knife, now I'm a firm believer in having the right tool for the right job so if I need an axe I will go grab an axe, however with that in mind I also know its not always feasible to have one with you so most of my camp knives are designed that they can be battoned through wood if needed and still hold a razor sharp edge for making feather sticks and any more delicate work needed around camp.
An early set of knives I made using some beautiful knotty and figurative yew from a local supplier, they couldn't do much with it as it was too knotty to turn but thanks to the way I work I was able to make some lovely handles with the stunning wood.
A friend of mine asked if I could do a ritual set of knives including a seax, a sickle and an athame. I chose to use red deer antler and a black palmira wood for the handle to compliment the style.