February 12th-14th, 2016
At the Mahnomen High School-Industrial Arts Room
The focus of this workshop is teach those who want to carry forward the skills of knife making. High quality materials will be made available: a Norwegian or a Finnish blade along with curly birch wood, antler, and nickel silver for the handle. Attendees can bring their own beautiful piece of wood, horn, rawhide, or other material to use for a knife handle.
Friday, February 12th, 5pm-9pm: Design knife and collect handle materials.
Saturday, February 13th, 9am-5pm: Prep and create the handle.
Sunday, February 14th, 9 am-5pm: Shape handle and finishing the knife.
No cost- but limited to 7 participants. Snacks and refreshments provided.
Instructor: Steve Dahlberg, started making knives at the age of 16 and has made many knives since, mostly in the Scandinavian style.
To Register Contact: Tammy 218-935-0417 Ext. 213 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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