These were the simple designed knives that really made me first become interested in my craft. Yeah, there’s no woodwork, it looks easy to make, but let me tell you, getting it “just right” takes a lot more skill and effort than most people think. Anyway, these particular pieces are on their way to Warren for the Paranormal Faire taking place June 27 & 28.
Finished packing the booth Monday morning and headed back to Pennsylvania, thanks again to everyone I got to meet for the first time and old friends alike! I know I’ll see asome of you again at the Pennsylvania Renaissance Fairelater on this summer and fall! In the meantime, here’s what’s up next!
June 27 & 28, Celtic Fling at Mount Hope in Manheim, Pa. I’ll be demonstrating all day long on Saturday and Sunday!
June 27 & 28, Paranormal Faire, in Warren, Pa. No, that’s not a typo and yes it’s on the other side of the state. My friend Jim will be on hand with a nice selection of my work.
So far, that’s it for shows until August but if anything changes I’ll post it right away! Also coming up, I do believe there’s 2 slots left for a rare weekday knife making class July 2 & 3 and only one space available for my Junior Knife Class (same class as normal, just geared towards teens) on July 11 & 12. These are the only classes I’m teaching this summer and the new class schedule will start in November. http://knifeclass.eventzilla.net