Category Archives: Products
I made a rather interesting fire poker from a horseshoe. The horseshoe is still very much identifiable at the handle end and the other end tapers in and then makes a diamond point.
A local farrier dropped off a big pile of used horseshoes and I’ve been putting them to good use. Trivets are perfect as a pot stand for cooking over an open fire but they find many other uses such as … Continue reading
I’ve just finished off a couple of knives that I forged a while ago and hadn’t finished off. Both are 3 fire-welded layers (mild steel around recycled car coil spring). The sheaths are hand-made with locally made vegetable (oak bark) tanned … Continue reading
For bending, unbending and correcting bends. I don’t use these very often but when you need them you really need them.
Hand-made Tongs for holding medium sized (12mm to 16mm) square and round sections.
Traditionally handmade blacksmith’s tongs for holding flat steel stock. They have a cross shaped indent in the bit to hold thin square and round stock.
This is basic set of tongs for anyone who wants to get into blacksmithing. The set comprises of flat tongs, vee tongs and scroll tongs.
Just finished on Valentine’s Day (by chance):
I’ve just finished making a fire poker set and stand: The set comprises of these tools: The side shovel is excellent for coal fires and the tool I use by far the most for maintaining my fire … Continue reading
I’ve been making spiral candleholders to a pattern found on iForge. It’s a great little design and really fun to make.