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    Knife Making How To's

    I came across Ariel Salaverria's Knivemaking site where he has a bunch of How to's including a Damascus Spoon. Just thought some other people might find some of them interesting.

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    Cool lots to look at .
    interesting way to carve out a sheath .
    A clever cook can make good meat of a whetstone.” Erasmus

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    I want one of his spoons.

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    Colin (Chefniloc) has the first damascus spoon he made.
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    I think it was that very spoon
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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    Colin (Chefniloc) has the first damascus spoon he made.
    I tracked down and bookmarked Ariel's website after seeing a picture of Colin's spoon. Incredible (the spoon and Colin's spoon collection!).

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    I also came across Marcus Clinco's site and has real nice How To on the process of knifemaking. For a noob like me it has a lot of invaluable information. Thought someone else like me might find it useful.

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    There's a Loveless DVD that is really useful for makers who have access to some gear, like a milling machine. But regardless, seeing some of the process of a maker at the top of the field is invaluable. Just watching how he chamfers a drilled hole is useful.

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