Needed: 1 fork (the eating variety, not the garden type), preferably an old family heirloom. If not, a visit to the charity shop should suffice for a handful.
Step 1: The starting point
Don't let your grandmother see you taking it, although she was probably intending to leave it to you in her will, so you're just doing time travel in a way.
Step 2: Clamp and cut
Step 3: Round off and smooth end
Step 4: The finished iFork
They also make ideal wedding and birthday presents, especially when presented as a matching set.