Knife Patterns VI


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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 III,  Knife Patterns IV and Knife Patterns V pages.
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Updated: July 25th, 2021

17 comments:

Unknown said...

Hi i'm a beginner Knife maker thanks for the templates. I could not find any anywhere I recommended this to a few of my good friends who are into knife making. Thanks and Greetings from Sonora CA.

D. Comeau said...

Hi,

You're welcome. Thanks for visiting.

Dan

Unknown said...

I'm always surprised when people go out of their way to help a stranger and expect nothing in return, even though that's the way it should be. Thanks for the help

D. Comeau said...

Thank you for the kind words. It's comments from appreciative people like yourself that make this blog a worthy endeavor to me.

Dan

GeorgeK said...

thank you amigo...
Greetings from Greece

Jj said...

Can you do a dagger?

D. Comeau said...

Jj,

I do have some dagger designs from a few years ago. I will see what I can put up. Thanks for the suggestion.

Dan

Dan W said...

I really appreciate your work, it will make for some interesting projects for me and my boys as we mess around with blade smithing!

Unknown said...

Awesome array of templates. Im about to try and make my first knife. Any chance you have a cool camp chopper style template?

EH said...

This blog is perfect for a beginner such as myself. Thank you. Any chance you have a Ka-Bar style template? My youngest son is going to the Marines in a few months and I wanted to make him one but I'd like to use a template because I'm still a beginner.

Unknown said...

Thank you so much. This is perfect. I am also a beginner and live in South Africa. We love knifes.

Bill Collier said...

Nice patterns, I love them all, I’d love to see some Gurkha kukri templates and fighter style knives like the karambit, I’m a new knife maker and have been doing pretty good freehand grinding, I typically just the the steel turn out to be the knife it wants to be on the grinder, I mean I dont pre design the knife I just see where it ends up, but I used one of these templates and some 3/16” annealed 1095 12”x12”flat stock steel and from the tracing the template on the steel to the finished blank took maybe a half hour so these are so awesome for us beginners, I can’t wait to see what comes next, thank you much

D. Comeau said...

Hi Bill. Thanks for your comments. I generally make templates that fit on standard letter or A4 paper. However, I would consider a two page option where you print part A and part B then you fit them together to make the final template.

Great to hear you are enjoying the craft. All the best,

Dan

Unknown said...

Hi from Australia...this is possibly the best design and info blog about knife making... I have learned more about my new hobby from your simple geometry explanation and I use your calculator all the time...you sir are a champion

D. Comeau said...

Thank you for your kind words. I am glad that you find something useful on the site. Best wishes from Canada,

Dan

Unknown said...

thank you for the designs, I have been inspired.

Lightbender said...

Just about everything I've built for myself in my small home shop that's related to knifemaking has been made possible by your website. Thank you so much for sharing your time and knowledge.