|Project by dbray45||posted 11-30-2016 12:54 PM||336 views||0 times favorited||7 comments|
Bought a bunch of knife kits and ulus from the local Woodcraft store and while making scales for these noticed that my wife’s Henckel knives had cracked scales.
The rivets that came with the knives were replaced with better ones. The wood is bloodwood – looks real nice and has an ironic twist. The ulu has a cherry handle.
The real irony was that in dilling these, got seriously tired of dealing with the bit drift in the drill press which in turn just made use of the Jet 15% sale and bought a JDP-17. Expensive knives!
Did a blog on these a while back, just adding to my projects.
Thanks for looking
-- David in Damascus, MD