Knife Patterns III


Due to popular demand I have expanded the printable knife patterns (templates) to three pages. Again these templates are free to download, print and make your own. All I ask is that you drop me a note if you find them useful. I love to see what makers are doing and I'll try and post photos that you send of your knives. I've received photos from makers all over the world and it's totally great to see! Please 

Note: Save the PDF or open in Acrobat first before printing. Printing directly from your browser's preview can distort the dimensions.

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
Knife Patterns II
Knife Patterns IV
Knife Patterns V pages.



DH52 - Drop Point

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH52%20Template%20-%20DanCom%202015.pdf





















CP16 - Clipped Point
http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/CP16 Template - DanCom 2015.pdf





















SF1 - 'Sharpfinger' style


http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/SF1%20Template%20-%20DanCom-2015.pdf




DH51 - Drop Point (slight)

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH51%20Template%20-%20DanCom-2015.pdf




KN15 - Chef's Knife

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/KN15 Template - DanCom-2015.pdf





DH48 - Hunter/Camp Knife

http://dcknive.com/public/downloads/DH48 Template - DanCom 2015.pdf




 
HT1 - Hidden Tang (Slight Trailing Point)

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/HT1 Template - DanCom-2015.pdf




 BC8 - Bushcraft

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/BC8%20Template%20-%20DanCom-2015.pdf





BC7 - Bushcraft w/exaggerated drop point


http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/BC7 Template - DanCom-2015.pdf





















KN8 - Chef/Camp Knife


http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/KN8 Template - DanCom 2014.pdf





















NM2  - Nessmuk

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/NM2 Template - DanCom-2014.pdf




















NM3 - Nessmuk 

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/NM3 Template - DanCom-2014.pdf





















KN9 - 7" Chef's Knife
(This fits well on 1-1/2" x 12" stock, but the blade curve can be pulled down to a 2" quite easily)

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/KN9 Template - DanCom-2014.pdf






















KN10 - Chef's Knife


http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/KN10 Template - DanCom 2014.pdf






















KN11 - Chef's Knife

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/KN11 Template - DanCom 2014.pdf





















KN12 - Chef's Knife

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/KN12 Template - DanCom-2014.pdf





















CP15 - Clip Point


http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/CP15 Template - DanCom 2014.pdf




















DH42 - Drop Point

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH42 Template - DanCom-2014.pdf





















DH43 - Drop Point

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH43 Template - DanCom 2014.pdf




















DH44 - Drop Point

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH44 Template - DanCom 2014.pdf



UL1 "Ulu knife pattern"

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/UL1%20Template%20-%20DanCom%202015.pdf




BC5 'Woodlore style' Bushcraft Knife

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/BC5 Template - DanCom 2015.pdf





















DH48 - Drop Point

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH48 Template - DanCom-2015.pdf





















DH49 - Drop Point

http://dcknives.com/public/downloads/DH49 Template - DanCom-2015.pdf






















For additional patterns see the:
Knife Patterns
Knife Patterns II
Knife Patterns IV
Knife Patterns V pages.

More to come!


Thank you to all that have been sending me photos of their knives that they have made. It's great to see. With your permission, I will add your photos on the blog.


Lars, Falco and Sten have finished off their version of a DH12. Complete with a homemade impregnated felt liners, brass pins and lanyard tube. Thanks for sending the photos and thanks for the "beer" guys.





 The handle polished up very nicely. Great job!







This is a Nessie from NM3 that Matt from New Zealand made from O1 and walnut. Handy looking knife! Thanks for sending the photo.


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13 comments:

Andrew Davison said...

Thanks for the site and templates, they're a major help.
Your button on page two to get to page three isn't working. It directs to >> http://p/knife-templates-3.html<< not >>http://dcknives.blogspot.co.uk/p/knife-templates-3.html<<
This is possibly a repost as I don't know if my first comment posted properly lol.

DanCom said...

Thanks for pointing that out. The link is fixed now.

Cheers!

Dan

kastepat said...

Thank you for the templates ..
As soon as I make a knife I 'll send a picture !
All the best from France

DanCom said...

Merci et bonne chance!

Rui Simoes said...

love your site, thanks for the free templates when I finish my first knive I will send you a picture, any chance to get a Pukko knife template? I love those knifes...

Unknown said...

Thank you very much! These are great! :D

iaincwil said...

I thank you for the templates and advice excellent work,
have steel will go to work!,
hey there I recognize KOKOPELLI you a flute maker or player I have many drawings (measurements)for a lot of different flutes all work beatifully

Frank C. Bigelow said...

Thanks a ton for posting these!

Simon Shaw said...

thankyou for these templates,cant wait to get my new belt grinder and give them a go ,so much easier for a beginner like myself !

Unknown said...

Thanks for being so generous and posting these templates - Much appreciated.

From a UK Knife Maker!

D. Comeau said...

Cheers!

pingantu said...

Thanks. I can't wait to try my first knife ;)

palio78 said...

Hello ı am almost to decide to product a bushcraft knife, and ı am between bc8 bushcraft and bc7 woodlore templates. There is finished woodlore knife we can see but nothing about bc8, do you have any photos about bc8, I would be really happy to see