Whittling / Carving knives


Whittling / Carving knives

For those who like to carv/whittle something. We will talk about all knife types for whittling, about types of wood and types of whittling.

If you just collect a Whittler knives, you are also invited!

Location: All aroud the world!
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Latest Activity: Jan 5

Tom T. Hall - The Whittler

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Started by J.J. Smith III. Last reply by Kenneth W. Hill Nov 30, 2020. 53 Replies

If you enjoy whittlin and carving, why not show some of your work. Post your pics here...Continue

Next whittling knife.

Started by John Bamford. Last reply by Lewis E.Ward Jul 9, 2020. 9 Replies

Although I am tempted by the latest GEC folder for my new whittling knife, it certainly is a great looking knife, I want to try a fixed blade for a change.I have narrowed my choice down to three,…Continue

whittlers,large grip.

Started by richard m bissell III. Last reply by richard m bissell III Sep 27, 2019. 2 Replies

If you have the hand for them, there are sunfish size, whittler pattern knives out there which are new made and carry the brand names Winchester and Kabar.// They can be a bit pricey however they…Continue

Oar Carving Knife / Single Locker (modified Queen Cutlery 41-L, Copperhead)

Started by J.J. Smith III. Last reply by Tom Peterson Dec 20, 2018. 35 Replies

   Kaylin and I went to the Charlotte Woodcarvers Club, annual show, this past weekend, and I was fortunate to see Robert Stadtlander, from Stadtlander Woodcarvings.  I was hoping to find an…Continue

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In Memoriam
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on February 7, 2020 at 15:02

The DLT Trading SFO #62 Easy Pocket Congress knives in snakewood (100 pieces) I just bought one and some HEAVY KPL pivot lube.   The Pocket Cavers are in production now. The GEC employees are complaining about finger cuts and the final sharping has not be completed yet. 

Comment by J.J. Smith III on January 23, 2020 at 6:16

Which is why I say that the Seahorse is about the ideal whittler, Tom.

Comment by Tom Peterson on January 22, 2020 at 19:23

Would be nice if one of the small blades was a flat ground version of their punch blade or something similar to get in the tight spots  or even a small spey blade or rounded belly blade instead of two identical blades. They look pretty though...

Comment by J.J. Smith III on January 22, 2020 at 13:55

aesthetically, I'm not fond of 3 wharnies on one knife, but I'm liking the natural micarta.  The muslin looks like a nice Sunday carry. 

Comment by Jan Carter on January 21, 2020 at 19:24

Glad to see these in a micarta. it may help keep the cost down

In Memoriam
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on January 21, 2020 at 19:20

In Memoriam
Comment by Kenneth W. Hill on January 10, 2020 at 7:22

"HEADS UP !  Great Eastern Cutlery will be making #62 "Easy pocket carvers" soon.  These knives should be released in February.  "Cocobolo wood & natural bone" 

Comment by Jan Carter on September 15, 2019 at 19:30


That is a GREAT story.  I love that you gave her a knife for Christmas every year.  In my heart  of hearts I hope you have one of the pearls and one of the knives you gifted to her.  What an awesome display that would make with one of her guns or slings!

Comment by J.J. Smith III on September 15, 2019 at 11:21

Thanks for sharing, Rome.

Comment by Rome D. Rushing on September 14, 2019 at 20:57

When I was growing up my mother used to tell us about when she was a little girl.

Every christmas she would ask for a pearl handled pocket knife and she said it seemed like she got one almost every christmas.  Then just a few weeks after christmas here knife would disappear and her grandmother would tell her someone stole it.  The problem was my mother was a tom-boy and her father would get her that knife and her grandmother hated a little girl having a knife.  Momma said that after her grandmother passed away they found a half dozen knives in her dresser.

My mother used to carve things all the time and while she was alive I gave her a new pocket knife for christmas every year.  I can remember she used to carve wooden pistols for her grandboys to play with.  And she could make a pretty good sling shot too.


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