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Thread: Catcheside Cutlery - Works in progress.

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    very nice pattern! I'm enjoy reading your WIP', keep updating!!
    Charles ***[All statements I made here only my personal opinion and nothing more!]*** & Please bare with me for my crappy English!!

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    Thanks Charles, its an oldie, but one I've always wanted to try out. Will be interesting to see how much the pattern changes in the grind, I think the stars will become more fully formed as its ground closer to the core of the twists.

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    Interesting, can't wait to see the finished cleaver.

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    Very impressive! thanks for showing.

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    That's fantastic stuff Wiil. Bravo!
    Keep us posted.

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    cool love the work that goes into damascus knives.
    Chewie's the man.

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    Cool patterns.

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    Will, what's your background? I don't see many people doing your kind of thing with stainless patterns, and your work is incredible. Your shop is jaw dropping too.

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    Wow, thanks guys, Its fun to work on something different.
    Don thanks man, Yes I have a background in hot forge work, after my blacksmithing course at Hereford I did a few years working for someone else, then set up my workshop in hereford, I have made forged gates, railings, and sculpture for the past 10 years, all fairly involved forgings and of my own design, I've had lots of ups and downs financially, but have always been proud of what I produced. I've dabbled with Damascus in the early years and made the odd blade, but only really got hit by the bug around 2 years ago. I only really make kitchen knives, and dabbled with razors, which I plan to explore more....I find Kitchen knives my biggest passion and challenge, as the geometry is so extreme, and these are knives we use every day. Its been a crazy journey and i learn day by dayAll credit to this great forum, it has been a hub and focus for my learning and continues to be.

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    Will is BACK!! Great to see that you are operational again and finally getting to that amazing cleaver idea that I know you've been thinking of for awhile.

    You always have the best WIP and shop porn...and I guess the knives are nice too
    "I gotta tell ya, this is pretty terrific. Ha hahaha, YEAH!" - Moe (w/ 2 knives). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVt4U...layer_embedded

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