Jim Crowell will teach “Knife Making” June 8th- 10th at the Arkansas Craft School
Register by May 25th
In this class students will learn how to make a simple stock removal knife by cutting out a full tang blade, rough grinding, basic heat treating and basic handle construction. Students will be provided all the necessary materials and will leave the class with a simple, serviceable knife of their own manufacture.
Design, materials, tools and equipment will all be discussed. This workshop is open to all levels. Students are encouraged to bring or wear leather shoes, leather palm work gloves, a leather apron, safety glasses and dust mask/respirator. All but the shoes can be provided and shared, if needed.
Jim is an award winning blade smith in demand as an instructor throughout the country! This popular class is held in Jim’s own private workshop, located about 20 minutes from the Mountain View square in rural Stone County. Learn from the best in a beautiful setting. Jim Crowell is an award-winning blade smith, recently inducted into the American Bladesmith Society Hall of Fame. His knives are in demand by collectors world wide.
Arkansas Craft School | 101 N. Peabody Ave, Mountain View, AR 72560 You may contact them on their web site and Facebook page for more details.