Sunday, November 28, 2010

Sorry Been Busy!

Sorry it has been a while since my last post. My computer was broke down for a few weeks and I have been busy. I am all sold out of knives at the moment.... Right now I am in the middle of building a new shop in my spare time (lol). hopefully it will be ready in a couple of weeks so I can get some more knives out. Here are some pictures of the progress.

Cutting and building trusses.

My good friend Sam and I

Sam, Wyatt, and I.

Soon I will have a lot more space in my shop :)

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Another Testimonial
You will be surprised how handy it is to have knife around your neck!

Saturday, October 9, 2010

One Left


Last Knife For Sale $250.00
It will be a little while before I have some more knives ready so If You are wanting one soon better act quick. I will be showing this knife at the International Lineman Rodeo Next weekend

Saturday, October 2, 2010

For Sale

If You are interested in a Neck Knife You had better act quick! These are the last two Knives I will have available for a little while. I am really happy in the way these knives came out.


Bottom Knife Sold!

$250.00 a knife
This knife is a hand forged blade of laminated steel, with stainless steel outside and a high carbon steel core on the inside for superior cutting and performance. They are heat treated over charcoal and no metal is removed from the final forged surface except to grind the edge. Then annealed, cold forged, heat treated, edges ground, then the final edge is put on by hand on a wet stone. This knife will have a Scary Sharp Edge. Contact me By E-mail at

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

What others say about their Neck Knife

"My neck knife. You need one. You may not know it yet, but it is exactly what you need. In my case, it fills three needs: a knife on the farm, a knife in the kitchen, and a knife that offers a feeling of personal readiness and safety. I dearly and absolutely love this knife." Said Tabitha From Starting from seeds:

"I just wanted to let you know, I LOVE the knife! I'm in Arkansas and have been getting some work done on our land before we move next month. The knife has come in so handy. I wasn't positive how well I'd like having the knife around my neck, but it has been great, and the knife stays sharp." Said Justin J.

And Karl Said "My neck-knife is the most useful tool I own. I recently used it to butcher 120 chickens. It stayed sharp the entire time. During butchering my knife needs to be razor sharp and I have always had to stop and sharpen my knife several times (every few chickens). Now I just think of my neck-knife as a mini light-saber that cuts effortlessly and endlessly where I put it. It is worth it's weight in gold especially on a farm."

Monday, September 27, 2010

Almost Finished

These knives won't last long, I am really happy with the way the turned out.

Monday, September 20, 2010

Been Busy

Sorry, it has been a while since I last posted but have been really busy! Here are some pics of the most recent knives I have been working on.

Saturday, August 7, 2010

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Ordering Info

If You are interested in one of my knives please E-mail me with any questions You may have. My wife has Simply Cleansing and for now You can send E-mail to Right now I have One Neck Knife left so don't wait, or you may be waiting. :)
Thanks Patrick

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Keep Watching! Fire Steels

Sorry I havn't posted a new post in a while. Things have been busy. I have a new video ready but need some new software to post it. Hope to have it up next week. I now have fire steels for sale they are $14.00. in my new video I will show you how well they start a fire. Keep watching.

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The very first knife I ever Made was a Neck Knife! I was very Happy the way it turned out. It is a laminated blade, SS on the out side, blue super steel core. Easy to sharpen and will hold a keen edge for a long, long time.

The Second Knife I made is a Traditional rural Japanese cutlery.
Features Hitachi high carbon steel forge welded between two layers of mild steel.

Last but not least, is my camping knife. For this knife we had to design our own knife on paper and make a template. then Make a knife to scale of our template. I was amazed how it turned out.

Murray Carter is a great instructor and goes the extra mile! I would recommend his class to everyone.

Sunday, May 30, 2010

M T Knives

A brief story about how I got started. First off I really feel that we have lost a lot of knowledge here in America because we no longer Pass our skills and knowledge onto our own children, we ship them off to school to learn from "wiser" people than ourselves. However it use to be and still can be found the knowledge of trades passed down from generation, to generation. I started off wanting to learn the proper way to sharpen a knife.... and not only to sharpen a knife but really sharpen a knife, Scary Sharp! So my search began on the internet were I came across Murray Carter Murray really truly understood the method behind sharpening a knife and getting it to the optimum cutting edge. And where did he learn this, In Japan where he studied under many bladesmiths for around 18 yrs. Where the knowledge is passed down from generation to generation. So I went to Oregon to learn from the Best, Murray Jump Started my passion for making knives. Giving me an edge on the rest. Follow me in my Journey into becoming a master bladesmith. Thanks for Your Support, I will keep You posted on my progress.

blades forged and cut to shape

Iron Wood Block raw handle material. Slabs ready for handles.

Last five knive made, One left for sale $250.00 Contact me for more info.

Finished Knives with their Kydex sheaths!
Just getting started have a lot of pictures to post. be patience please, I will have many good post soon, along with links to buy my knives as I get them made. Right now I only have one for sale.
Thanks Patrick