Rebuilding my tool shed – Part 2, building the workbench


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Rebuilding my tool shed – Part 1, the cleanup


My tool shed became a big mess after years of adding things. Nothing had it’s own place, and it became a problem to work on something due to all the mess. So I gave it…

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Forging a neck knife with antler handle


Many years ago I made my first neck knife, from a piece of coil spring for trucks. That’s the top one in the picture below. The shape was perfect and was very comfortable in the…

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Three knives that I made (and sold already)


In the past months I have every now and then been working on 3 knives. Finally they where ready for oiling the handles, so I also sanded down the 2 knives on the left, to…

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Forging a multi-functional tripod


This tripod has several different ways to be used. Nothing special though, just thought I’d share this.

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Giving life to and old axe, yes, another one


Recently I re-shaped an old rusty axe head, to make it more carving style, for the son of a lady I know from the outdoor scene. No pics of video of how I did that,…

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Making a simple strop for my knife and axe


From some left over materials I made a simple strop.

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Making Dutch Oven pot lifter & pot stands from old iron, horse shoe’s and a hand grenade


After I cleaned my Dutch Oven properly and gave it a fresh seasoning, it was time to make a pot lifter and 2 pot stands. For this I used old iron, some horse shoe’s, and…

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How I made my fold-able hammock stand


Due to the tree’s in my garden being still too young and thin to use them for my hammock, I liked the idea of having a hammock stand. I could not find any design online…

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Cleaning & seasoning my rusty Dutch Oven


My Dutch oven stood for a whole year outside in the fireplace, where it could not get wet, but still it rusted. I tried several things in the past few weeks, like scrubbing it with…

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