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Pattern welded kitchen knife
on the 2nd January 2017, I decided I needed a challenge to see what level my bladesmithing skills were at. After 20+ hours (2 solid days work) this is the result I got, which I'm rather proud of.

Made from a billet of 75Ni8 and EN42j steels (6 layers, alternating) I firewelded them together in the forge, folded a couple of times, twisted and then added some wrought iron to the outer faces and forged it into shape of a small gyuto style knife. I have decided to make the blade as a long overdue Thank-you gift for a couple of friends who live overseas.

I'm happy to answer your questions and help dispel any myths or misinformation that may present itself,

Posted by Glittering Edge from Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom • Published See Glittering Edge's 15 projects »
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