Tried my hand at forging out a feather, came out pretty well and I learned a few things…
I decided to try my hand at a traditional flint striker, this one will go in my personal fire kit——–but I definitely will make more of these. It is forged from w1 steel with an OAL of about 3″, it sparks very well!
This was an experiment I did from 1″ black iron pipe.
I made this utensil for a friend of mine that really enjoys sitting around a camp fire, now he has a fancy way to roast weenies and marshmallows. Specifications: approximately 24″ long and created from 3/8″ mild steel bar.
My first bottle opener, this one was made from a railroad spike as a custom order.
Here is a smaller version of my stainless leaf key chain that I sold a few months ago on Etsy.
It has been a couple of months now since the wedding, but I’ve finally got a couple of good photos for you of the favors and decorations I made for us. Both the favors and centerpieces were forged from 3/8 mild steel, the centerpieces are made from 4 separate parts …
I’ve been needing something to work on tweaking bends in small inaccessible areas, like the tips of scrolls——so I finally got around to making a set of scrolling tongs. I made this set from 1 x 3/8″ mild steel bar and I fire blacked them using vegetable oil, I think …
More new additions! Here is a stylish hand forged key chain in stainless.
I’ve decided to add some jewelry to my line up, but not just any jewelery———its gotta be hand forged to come from Raven’s Roost! So, here is a hand made pendant in stainless, ribbon, and black nickel.