3" blade of 0.110" 154CM, 4" handle of stabilized, dyed, spalted maple.
This knife was made for a small-handed hardcore hiker in need of a reliable blade that will be used most frequently for trail food, but with a bit more capability just in case.
Simple, reliable, low-maintenance.
This was just a bunch of scraps, but got totally out of hand… 0.110″ 154CM, white oak, and micarta
50mm tall on 2.6mm AEB-L, urusaki back with ironwood haft and linen micarta and G10 bolster:
…along with his original 154CM early example. Photos by Jason from his micro-lightbox:
This 6.5″x0.110″ Chef knife was made to match S’s paring knife. She insisted on a handle scheme I thought was a poor choice, but of course she was right. White paper micarta over ruby G10.