Grace Horne joins us for a chat about her work and how she came to be part of the Sheffield cutlery world. We’ve talked a few times in previous episodes about Grace’s work and her fantastic scissors. She tells us about her personal history and her path from other forms of metalwork to knives to scissors and why she finds them fascinating. One of our favorite episodes to date, hope you enjoy it as much as we did.
We’re happy to finally offer you these custom Mark of the Maker challenge coins! These are a great way to support the show and be part of the story. The coins are finished in antique silver and custom shaped in the style of our logo. They are right around 2″ x 2″ in size. The front carries the logo itself and the rear reminds us that although we are all makers or collectors – everybody has their own story.
Mark of the Maker Challenge Coins are $40 each, shipped to US addresses.
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It’s been a weird year, so we check in with Sean for an update on his journey back to school. Sean gives us an update, we pay our respects to damascus and knife maker Chris Marks, and we chat about some very cool and interesting stuff that we’ve come across lately.
It’s that time of year when some of you are sending off a loved one to college or off into the real world. We talk about our picks for proper send-off in a few different categories, all with a sub-$100 price point in mind. It’s certain that we missed some good ones, be sure to share your own picks with us, we’d love to hear them!
This one’s been a long time coming, our friend and knifemaker Gerry McGinnis joins us for a great interview about his life and how he got into knifemaking. Gerry has a unique story, having gotten into knife making at such an early age. He tells us about his various projects, his love of hunting and fishing, and a new venture he’s working on that many of you will find interesting.