I am making a "W" Feather Pattern Damascus Frame Handle Fighter with 5,000 layers. This is the most beautiful feather pattern I have made. The pattern came out very consistent, which I love. I am using 1084 and 15n20. The fittings are feather pattern damascus as well, with a little bit of 24k gold inlay. The handle is fossilized mammoth ivory with Argentium Silver pins. This is a take-down construction, it is my first feather pattern to coffee darken. One of my best feathers! This knife was a custom knife made for an Australian customer, that's really cool because this is my first knife to make it "Down Under". This is the 199th knife I have built. We call it "Take Flight".
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“The world needs more makers.” ~ RoyerX
Being from a family of creatives whose motto was to produce not to consume was etched into Kyle from a very early age and being educated at home gave him many opportunities to work hard at his own creative pursuits.
At eighteen, Kyle graduated high school and two weeks later received his Journeyman Smith Stamp and a rare double win of the George Peck Award and Bill Moran Award, “the 18-year-old prodigy”, “the blazing bladesmith” was what BLADE Magazine labeled him. Following that victory in November 2009 BLADE Magazine ran a special five-page spread “That Young and That Good”, the article went on to say “His ability to masterfully execute new designs, processes and artistic damascus patterns is remarkable. In spite of his young age, his fit/finish and attention to detail is representative of some of today's most known and sought after makers.” He was one of two to achieve Mastersmith by the age of twenty. His knives and his skills are highly sought after worldwide.
In the early years, if you weren’t at a knife show or a hammer-in, learning from the masters, information was hard to find, there was no online content and only a few books and videos, so it was a lot of trial and error in the knife shop. Kyle is passionate to teach makers his more than fourteen years of experience.
“The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” We hope we can inspire you on your maker’s journey.
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