Two butterknives (sort of)

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Project by Martin T posted 512 days ago 721 views 8 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Two knives, which I made as sideproject, since I got some nice juniper wood pieces. Bigger knife has middle part of oak, smaller ones middle part is from unknown wood, sidepieces are from juniper wood. Finisher is vegetable oil.

These kind of knives are usually called butterknives, since thats what they are usually used for, but I guess you can smear pretty much anthing with them.

Trickiest part of making these was getting them to final shape, since I only have a beltgrinder and altough beltgrinder has a roll at the end, its fairly tricky to get the handle nice and round. Last bit on finishing work is done purely by hand.

-- Martin T

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#1 posted 512 days ago

You did a good job with only a belt sander. When I try something like that I us ally end up wit dips etc.

-- Dewayne in Bainbridge, Ga. - - No one can make you mad. Only you decide when you get mad - -

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#2 posted 512 days ago

very sharp is there a pattern for them or did u just come up with them

-- gregIND

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#3 posted 512 days ago

No pattern, I just drawed the shape on wood freehand.

-- Martin T

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#4 posted 511 days ago

These are very popular in finland. Well executed design!

-- Englishman in Finland I am guessing that i am Finglish.

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#5 posted 511 days ago

Like the graceful shapes of those butter knives specially the handles. Great work!

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