So a few weeks ago I came across a fellow metalworker who was working with a non-hardenable stainless damascus mix and he let me in on his recipe. This makes things a bit easier on me because it removes a clean-up step that takes a lot of time. It also produces a more natural product, because that is the material that regular flatware is made of. So that brings me back to spoons.
I am considering(seriously) making a batch of long-handled tasting spoons and maybe a few gray koontz spoons
I have a couple of takers on this project sight unseen, but I would like to see how you guys feel about this.
I would also like to see how you guys feel about a fork to match and maybe some carving forks.
I am hoping to do a batch and have it ready before christmas.
Let me know what you guys think.