Instructables: exploring - outside - knives - wood Sat, 25 Mar 2017 05:00:37 PDT BLOX v1.01 Professional Grade Wood Carving Knife
Professional Grade Wood Carving Knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> BuilderBro1 Hello again! Welcome to my instructable for a wood carving knife. The concept of one of these knives is that while using it you have more control over the small blade via the handle that is bigger than the blade. This is a dandy little knife, and is good for many wood carvings. Although, these knive...
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Sun, 8 Jan 2017 14:09:15 PST
Acid Blackened Custom Hunting Knife
Acid Blackened Custom Hunting Knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> Modern Rustic Workshop In this Instructable I will show how to make a hidden tang acid blackened knife out of an old machete. I want to preface this all by saying that this is the first knife I had ever made, and love the outcome. I had always been very interested in knife making and have learned a plethora of information...
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Mon, 5 Sep 2016 10:19:17 PDT
Easy File Knife
Easy File Knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> milo_baker I picked up an old skinny file in a flea market and decided to make a knife from it, I did not want to have to heat treat it or put in hours of sanding, so I left the finish minimal and the blade cool as I ground it. It took about 2 days (including glue drying time) Design I drew up the design fr...
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Wed, 17 Aug 2016 02:07:49 PDT
Survival Wooden Knife
Survival Wooden Knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> mountain g Cool survival wooden knife made in only 15 minutes Things you will need: Cut the wood You can decide how much to cut according to how long you want the blade to be. Sharpen and sand Adjusting the width Adjust the width of the bottom of the blade according to the hole in the bamboo. C...
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Mon, 27 Jun 2016 11:57:09 PDT
Replacement Toothpick for a Swiss Army Knife
Replacement Toothpick for a Swiss Army Knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> CJStephens Every one knows of the classic Swiss army knife and almost everyone has owned one at one point in there life. I picked this small victorinox up at a thrift store for 25 cents, sadly the tooth pick was gone, and so I made up my mind to make a new one! And so here is how I did it ,ll hand tools and it...
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Fri, 9 Oct 2015 06:56:11 PDT
Recycled kiridashi
Recycled kiridashi - More DIY How To Projects]]> WarriorStudio From scraps left-over in shop class, to a classy little tool that originated in Japan. Please wear eye protection when working with metal or high-speed tools.Metal shaving can be very small, but they can do a lot of damage if they get in your eye or lungs.Although power tools (band-saw, angle grinde...
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Thu, 8 Oct 2015 18:59:29 PDT
How to make a Bushcraft knife
How to make a Bushcraft knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> Jake_Makes This is how I make my knives. Yes, it is exactly the same as any other knife Instructable on here. Do I care? Nope. And, neither do you, apparently. After all, you're reading it.I haven't posted much on Instructables yet, but that doesn't mean I haven't made many things. Look on my blog for all my o...
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Wed, 30 Sep 2015 10:25:19 PDT
Wooden knife
Wooden knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> Aidsmile I went outside and got a stick, and carved it with a craft knife. Then I just put some string around it, and that is basically it. I think I might put it in etsy, for around 5-10 dollars, it's not too good though, so I don't want it to be a high price. Let me know in the comments if you think I shou...
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Sat, 27 Dec 2014 09:03:32 PST
Midrange Knife Sharpening Jig
Midrange Knife Sharpening Jig - More DIY How To Projects]]> BoilingLeadBath A cheap, low-capital (few and cheap tools), and fairly easy to build knife sharpening jig which breaks down pretty well for storage. This is NOT the first knife sharpener on Instructables, but is intended to fill what I perceived as a gap between the light-weight sharpeners and the heavy-duty beast...
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Tue, 26 Nov 2013 21:46:22 PST
DIY Wood Knife Sheath
DIY Wood Knife Sheath - More DIY How To Projects]]> nepheron Don't forget to rate it if you liked it! Wooden knife sheaths offer some great advantages to leather and plastic sheaths. Wood sheaths don't hold water and dirt against your knives like leather sheaths do, and still have that great natural look plastic sheaths don't offer. Wooden sheath are traditi...
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Tue, 11 Dec 2012 16:39:45 PST
Knifemaking tutorial: Japanese Kiridashi
Knifemaking tutorial: Japanese Kiridashi - More DIY How To Projects]]> nonickname So you want a blade? I'm presenting here a basic set of instructions to make a neat little kiridashi; a small Japanese blade traditionally used for woodworking, carpentry and leatherwork. They make an excellent utility, woodwork, or compact knife for every day carry, perhaps as a neck knife. I'm u...
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Thu, 8 Mar 2012 04:17:35 PST
balisong/butterfly knife
balisong/butterfly knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> Baddi My balisong knife I'm thiking about making a Instructable some time
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Thu, 3 Jun 2010 14:10:20 PDT
Carbon Steel Shirasaya Straight Tanto-ish Machete With Hardwood Handle
Carbon Steel Shirasaya Straight Tanto-ish Machete With Hardwood Handle - More DIY How To Projects]]> Camisado Heya guys! This is my Shirasaya Straight Bladed Tanto-ish machete. I'm really proud of this one, I can honestly say that this is one of my better works so far. I made the blade using a carbon steel plate I bought at a steel shop. I cut it to shape, smooth out any rough, uneven parts using an angle...
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Fri, 24 Apr 2009 22:20:26 PDT
Crooked Knife
Crooked Knife - More DIY How To Projects]]> TimAnderson The northern Nomad's woodworking tool. All the northern tribes in North America and Asia have their own version of it. My farm relatives use them to trim their horse's hooves. Whatever wave of invaders brought horse culture to Europe must have brought this style of knife with them.I made this partic...
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Fri, 5 Dec 2008 15:16:50 PST