Knife Patterns V

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If you need help in making a pattern, see the small post on the bottom of the original Knife Patterns page. For additional patterns, see the Knife Patterns II, Knife Patterns IIIKnife Patterns IV and Knife Patterns VI pages.
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CP30 Mako Style Clip






KN65 A and B Santoku Style




SB1 (Through Tang Straight Back)





DH64 Full Tang Drop Point





CP28 Tactical Clip






DH61 'Kephart Style'




KN46 Chef






















KN45 Hidden Tang Chef






















DH60 (Fat Handle)



CP27 Hunter/Skinner





















TP2 Skinner





CP26 8.25" Clip Point Full Tang w/Variations





KN58 Full Tang Chef's Knife





DH59 Hunter/Skinner





KN44 9-1/2" Clip Point Hidden Tang Chef Knife






















KN43 Santoku wa























KN39 Honesuki wa





KN40 Hidden Tang Chef, 200 mm x 50 mm  (7.75" x 2")























CP24 Clip Point























CR1 Cleaver




CP23 Clip Point





CP22 Clip Point

25 comments:

Unknown said...

I love these knife templates! They're perfect and are nicely formed/laid out. Keep up the good work :)

D. Comeau said...

Thanks Peyton. I hope that you find them useful.

Dan

Unknown said...

your knife templates are the best in the business thank you

JosephBHZ said...

I love your templates. I'm a beginner and they really inspire me.
Do you have any Boyarin templates? I saw this knife but couldn't find a template and I think I would mess up the proportions if I tried to make one by myself.

D. Comeau said...

Yes those are very cool knives. It's a little on the large size for standard A4 or 8.5" x 11" paper. I'll see what I can do.

Dan

Unknown said...

For someone just starting out your templates are so valuable! Thank you!!

JosephBHZ said...

Thanks a lot, Dan

Unknown said...

Thank you so much for the templates, they're all fantastic! But could you do a KA-BAR template? I don't know if it's possible but I'd really appreciate anything you could do.

Thanks!

Unknown said...

Dan, thank you so much for sharing these. As a beginner, I really appreciate these beautiful designs. Greetings and best wishes from New Zealand.

md said...

Thanks for sharing!

Unknown said...

Hi Any santoku wa handle template? Thank you in advance

Unknown said...

Thanx for the santoku template and the kindness sharing your work. You are such a wonderful person. I hope you can make a 240mm wa gyuto, that would be highly appreciated. Thank you

Unknown said...

Looking for a seax pattern

Unknown said...

Fantastic selection of templates! Thanks very much!!

Unknown said...

Thank you for these templates. Very handy. Cheers!

Unknown said...

Thank you very much for this wonderful wealth of info.

Radek Šich said...

Thank you for sharing your knowledge. The templates are handy and very well designed... A very good starting point for beginning knifemaker!

Unknown said...

Your collection of patterns is simply awesome! Thank you for your time and hard work.

Unknown said...

Thank you for making these public use. These patterns are awesome and a huge help. Do you by chance have a bowie pattern?

Will said...

Thank you for all your hard work over the years. Would you consider making a Kephart design? I think it's the best utility knife ever designed.

Unknown said...

Thank You for your efforts with the knife templates and all the other info you
have posted, it has enabled me to be able to start with a huge advantage
compared to starting out all by trial and error. I really appreciate what you have done.

z said...

Cant thank you enough...

Unknown said...

Thank You again for all the information, knife templates and your dedication to helping others like myself. Your work has made it much easier for me to be able to make knives by showing in common sense instructions the process.
Steve R.

D. Comeau said...

Thanks Steve!

Unknown said...

Does anyone have a template for a ka-bar?