Wednesday 18th of May 2022 the Awards 2022 stream covered:HOW TO ENTER & WHAT PHOTOS TO TAKE.The hosts were Riley Burns and Jamie Bishop from Nordic Edge, with guest Brook from Brook Turner Blades.Brook was the winner in the 2021 Australian Knife Making Awards in the coveted Best In Show category, and back this year to have a chat with the guys and help with some tips for new makers.Entry link is open until Sunday 29th of May 4 PM AEST: LINK Here are the summary slides from th …
19th May 2022
Jamie held a great workshop at Creative Man in Sydney on Sunday.For the first time we ran a group through the new "Forged Chef Knife" version of the Blacksmith Workshop.This is a bit more work than the Pizza Cutter/Herb Chopper project but the guys all got through with great looking results!Starting at 8.30 we had safety briefing, overview of anvil, hammers, tongs and other tools before covering the project process we would follow on the day.By 9 am we had everyone forging on their blade and by …
4th Aug 2020
Holger sent us a photo of his latest project, a Brisa Wharncliffe with 75 mm blade and antler handle scales.Lanyard tube and corby bolt in brass completes the knife.The Wharncliffe is a distinct blade shape with it's downswept tip, here in 14C28N which is a Swedish razor blade steel.
8th Jan 2020
Nice looking result from Nathan Toal here, in 1084 and red and black epoxy scales. He calls it the Dark Hunter, a very nice result with blued carbon steel blade.
3rd Jun 2019
Next up in our Meet The Maker Series is David Talko-Nicholas. We're big fans of David's work and his simple approach to knife making, so have a read of his own relatively new journey...Age: 43 I grew up fishing and diving and then worked as a commercial diver and dive instructor for years. I’ve always had a knife close to hand and on one or two occasions saved my own life with one. I also love to cook so I appreciate a decent chefs knife. These things coupled with a love for making pretty …
5th Apr 2019