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Wayne Goddard taught me to make damascus and folding knives, as well as the Intro to Bladesmithing class at the ABS School in Arkansas. Wayne is a good friend.

I was fortunate enough to spend 6 weeks at the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing, aka the ABS School in Washington , Arkansas run through Texarkana College. I attended the Intro to Bladesmithing, Handles and Guards, Mosaic Damascus, and a Bladesmithing Lab. Each class was an adventure in learning.

I do both stock removal and forging, since I believe there is a place for both arts. I make my own damascus and mosaic damascus, although I also use damascus by Jim Ferguson and Devin Thomas. I make my own mokume. My blade blanks are a way to help the beginners, as I once was, or those who want to make a knife without buying a shop. It is also a way to give back something to those who taught me so much along the way.

On my logo you will find my name and the letters TGBTG. Those letters stand for To God Be The Glory. What skills and abilities I possess in this life I owe to Him and I want to give Him the credit for it.

So come on in, enjoy my site, and if you can’t find what you are looking for, give me a call or send me an email. If I don’t have it I can probably make it. After all, that’s what custom knifemaking is all about.

We'll be at the Oregon Knife Collectors Association annual show on  Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, April 12th, 13th, and 14th, 2019.  This year there will be 360 tables, with a mix of 50% collectible to 50% handmade knifes, plus supplier tables.  There will be free demonstrations on Saturday.  A tableholders list can be found inside at the club table.

The show is held at the  Lane Events Center in Eugene, Oregon.  There are directions on the website.  That website is 

Times:  Saturday 8 am - 5 pm, Sunday 9 am - 3 pm.   General admission is $6.00/day, members free.  Friday is members-only day.   Family membership is $20 per year for an individual and $25 for a family (under one roof). Membership applications can be found at   There will be free demonstrations on Saturday.

We'll be at tables Q10, Q11, Q12, and Q13, as always.  If you're in the area, please stop by and visit with us.  You don't need to buy anything, just stop in and say hi. 




Once in awhile we get visitors to the shop. These twin fawns were curious about what was going on.

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