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Tuesday February 9th 2021 I went live over on Instagram and hosted the first episode of the Hvedegaard Knives talkshow. Brought on Thomas Martzak, a Danish bushcrafter/woodsman who has been a huge impact on my way of making knives. I have used Thomas as help to gain insight into the whole outdoor world, and used him as a pin pointer on what type of bushcraft knife I should make.   You can now watch or listen to the episode, on Youtube or on Spotify.   Youtube version:   Podcast version:  

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For quite some time now, I have been wanting to create a show, where I don't just talk about knives. But bring a conversation about the great outdoors, and what it can bring in your life.

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Here is the top five questions I get asked. It might save you some time waiting for a response from me. How long does it take to make a knife? Right now I need about two months to make a knife. That is two months from order till it is sharp and ready to slice and dice. What is the price for a custom knife? This is a really tough question. It depends on so many things, but here is a short insight to what the price depends on.  Materials, what handle materials do you want? what type of steel...

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Right now I need about two months to make a knife for you. That is two months from order till it is ready to slice and dice. But, things are changing. I am going all in as a fulltime knifemaker in my own shop. Once I get to catch up on a few orders I will need about a month, depending on whether or not I have all the materials ready to make your order. Why does it take two months? I need two months because I have a list for knives to complete. I always work on multiple knives...

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What do you think of this knife? Let me know. It will be up for sale here on my website once I get it done. Send me an email to be notified: info@hvedegaardknives.com This knife is made in Damasteel Odins eye damascus steel. The handle is stabilized zebrano wood, I got from a knifemaker down in The Netherlands. Also the handle conists of three brass corby screws and a red liner along the tang.  The blade was etched before final assembling of the knife, therefore the knife is also etched along the profile of the blade. Making the steel pattern...

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