Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Low on Stock

I'm way low on everything so will have to go on a making binge this week and through the weekend. I have a bunch of Mini Prybabies that I have started and maybe some other small items going into the kiln this time. Won't be a lot of new knives for another week or two. About the most I can get done is 3 days or so of work to fill the little oven, and then a week or so of finishing the load out then the cycle repeats. So when you consider that you can see that my output is pretty limited. Doing the best I can with my little One Man Show. :)

Tuesday, February 27, 2007


These are front and backs of the same pieces. From the left, #3 and #4 are already taken...these were fun but won't be doing more. Strictly experimental.


Gotta keep the eye candy coming I figure... :-)

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Tray o' Sumos

Here's a few in progress...check out the nifty new red and blue wraps. :) I like the jungle stripes with digi camo one as well.


New Atwood shirts are here!!!

My friend Lahri Bond is a wonderful local artist and illustrator who happens to also be a 1950's science fiction movie buff like myself. He did an absolutely awesome job on the artwork for this and I have nothing but praise and thanks to heap upon him.

I am putting them up on the site today and they are available for immediate delivery.

Monday, February 19, 2007

All My String!

Just posted this on the FAQ page on my website. My current stock of paracord and rubber cords...

Friday, February 16, 2007

They're Coommmmming......

....and they are coooooooooooll! :D

Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Not going to be making any more of these, was a one off.

Thursday, February 08, 2007

Series 2 Goblins

Longer, sleeker and more thickerer. :D I boosted these up to 3/16 thick S30v rather than the old ones which were 5/32. They are just a tad longer at 4.75" OAL. Still a 3 finger knife but a lot of blade for the size and quite useful. Will be working on these and some Sumos over the next week or so.

Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Sunday, February 04, 2007

Friday, February 02, 2007

Ever See Anything Like This?

This a preview of the new Sumo....I just did this one up quick this afternoon to see how it feels, still needs to be heat treated and name stamped. Very pleased!

OAL 5.25", 3/16" thick S30v, big hunka steel! :)