RaggedEarth

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About RaggedEarth

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    Austin, Texas

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  1. I'm hoping this hasn't been asked a lot before. But I am hoping to get into high end kitchen utensils. I want to be able to make spatulas, ladles, coffee scoops and the like, with copper working ends. I would love to skip some expensive trial and error on what a good gage of copper sheet to start with is for utensil making. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  2. Awesome man, unfortunately I can only be there on Saturday. I wish I could have entered in the competition but alas it was not meant to be. Hope to see you there man!
  3. I will be going, I will be there with some o the other smiths from Pioneer Farms!
  4. Awesome, thank you. I will keep that in mind next time I take a crack at bottle openers.
  5. That looks awesome! Is the blade just the spike or did you forge weld in a HC bit?
  6. I have only been smithing for around 3 months and I finally got around to making a bottle opener! My last name is Patton so i made it in the shape of a P (or I tried)
  7. Hey, new to IFI here. I actually created my profile so I could respond to this post...seven months later... but anywho. Since so much time has passed you may have already gotten an answer but if you haven't, that a wheelwrites anvil right there! From what I have been told they are pretty rare. That is the kind of anvil I learned on (at a living museum) and we would have collectors come by and offer to buy it about once a week. I hope you were able to grab it! Greetings from Austin Texas!