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    Best damscus pattern for a small knife

    What do you think on a parer?

    Spirograph
    Feather
    Ladder
    Bubblewrap

    Talking about Hoss damscus

    And what would you choose on a 150 Guyto?

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    feather

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    on Both?

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    How tall would the parer be? For feather I think it looks best when you have some blade height for the feathers to spread out. I'd probably go ladder on the parer and feather on the 150 gyuto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew H View Post
    How tall would the parer be? For feather I think it looks best when you have some blade height for the feathers to spread out. I'd probably go ladder on the parer and feather on the 150 gyuto.
    +1

    Genius.

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    Im also for feather on the 150 Gyuto.
    Not sure about the parer Mabe damscus is a waste on a parer?

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    I'm thinking spirograph for the parer, just for the pattern to show up.

    Feather for something small you wouldn't get the full pattern. At least I don't think so, but he does some great work that makes me scratch my head.

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    Devin had a 180 feather here. I would like a 150 with a taller one, more like Carters Funyakis

    http://www.kitchenknifeforums.com/sh...er-pattern-180

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crothcipt View Post
    I'm thinking spirograph for the parer, just for the pattern to show up.

    Feather for something small you wouldn't get the full pattern. At least I don't think so, but he does some great work that makes me scratch my head.
    I don't know... Devin did this with a 180 petty

    And this ladder pattern on a parer:

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    I'm not sure I've ever seen anyone with Devin's herringbone pattern on a knife, but it's easily one of my favorites:

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