Making A Carving Knife


  • Am Vor 4 years

    The Small WorkshopThe Small Workshop

    Dauer: 10:00

    The exacto knife is one of my favorite tools, but it has it's limitations. So I wanted to make a similar small carving knife, but with thicker blade and an ergonomic handle.
    It is made from an old jigsaw blade, I was inspired by one of John Heisz's videos where he used a sawzall blade. This works great since they were intended to cut wood so their steel should be the right one for this job.
    The design of this carving knife is purely form follows function.The round ferrule allows for good grip and control close to the blade, the handle sits well in hand and the short, slim blade makes it versatile.
    I didn't want it to be pretty, I wanted it to be a good tool that I can use comfortably on a daily basis.
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Cliff Andrews
Cliff Andrews

I came here for the music.

Vor Monat
James Bond on a Budget
James Bond on a Budget

How did you make you lathe?

Vor 2 Monate
Lisa G
Lisa G

Doesn’t look weird at all.

Vor 8 Monate
Lisa G
Lisa G

You making want to buy another lathe. What kind is that?

Vor 8 Monate
Diego Morales
Diego Morales

How did you mount it. What is that rod? Also where can I get a shaft like the mini table saw

Vor 9 Monate
Robert Stockdale
Robert Stockdale

Lovely piece of work, I want to make one right now but it's 2am and my neighbours would hate me , great vid

Vor 10 Monate
Riley Verellen
Riley Verellen

idk if its just my good hearing but i can hear a cat meow in the background of the music i thought it was my cat

Vor 10 Monate
Oscar NMontenegro
Oscar NMontenegro

I love you job brother. I look all videos.

Vor year
Franklin Neely
Franklin Neely

That is one of the coolest carving knives I have seen I would buy one in a heartbeat

Vor year
Ryan 3d Prints
Ryan 3d Prints

What lathe do you use?

Vor year
Sherry Spencer
Sherry Spencer

COOL

Vor year
Taylor Friese
Taylor Friese

This video made me so happy.

Vor year
ApplesofGoldcrft
ApplesofGoldcrft

Great tutorial. I have a small lathe my father in law gave me. What size cutter blade did you use to trim the wood down? Also how long and thick was the zebra wood you used? I was going to try cedar or oak. We don't have zebra wood here. It is a beautiful piece of wood though. Thanks again for your tutorial. God Bless you and your family.

Vor year
Kilted Karver
Kilted Karver

Looks cool to me 👍

Vor year
Mat from Chile
Mat from Chile

can i call it the penguin knife? :) Good work.

Vor year
Gary Liseo Jr
Gary Liseo Jr

Why temper the blade off camera, safety reasons or to save time?

Vor year
Patrick in Ottawa
Patrick in Ottawa

Gary Liseo Jr: Tempering is softening the blade a little, so it's not as brittle and sharpens easier. It's simply putting the blade in your oven at 400 F for an hour, turn the oven off and let it come down to room temp on it's own. Would make a boring hour of video. Heat treating or hardening the steel is a different technique.

Vor year
YT루퍼
YT루퍼

hahaha good.........

Vor year
Jakr Fikr
Jakr Fikr

you are inspiring

Vor year
Chandra B. Rasaily
Chandra B. Rasaily

so educating,thanks!!!

Vor year
Garenne01
Garenne01

You ´ll must "rename" your chanel : The awesome small workshop. 👍🏻

Vor year
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

LOL thanks!

Vor year
DeZZy61
DeZZy61

nice job..

Vor 2 years
benjamin rodney Favory
benjamin rodney Favory

nice small good

Vor 2 years
Phillip Iacobacci
Phillip Iacobacci

Very well done, thanks for the video and info.

Vor 2 years
Emerson Marcondes
Emerson Marcondes

muito bom trabalho dos bons profissionais

Vor 2 years
john darmiento
john darmiento

cant stop watching and listening

Vor 2 years
bob fagg B.F PIPES
bob fagg B.F PIPES

good job i like it. just a bit worried that a jigsaw blade would not be adequate perhaps looking in a charity shop for a second hand carving knife might be better

Vor 2 years
Mark Richerson
Mark Richerson

Build Your Own Furniture & Crafts Easily over here >>> FurnitureCraftPlans99.blogspot.com >>>

Vor 2 years
Felix Rayan
Felix Rayan

superb boss all the best for ur next project cheers...

Vor 2 years
Popo Ling
Popo Ling

I would like to that you for using such minimal tools because I don't have any power tools n have been searching for a good knife tutorial that doesn't require much

Vor 2 years
Qaraqus _
Qaraqus _

hello what is wood name sorry i could not find any comment below that i ask you about that . thanks

Vor 2 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

zebra wood or zebrano.

Vor 2 years
Bence Bellon
Bence Bellon

BRILLIANT idea for the brass ferrule. I'm just about to make a dozen of tool handles, and coincidentally, I also have a lot of old plumbing pipes and fixtures lying around.

Vor 2 years
738polarbear
738polarbear

Thats a great looking little chip carver .Well done.

Vor 2 years
Wayne Miller
Wayne Miller

I'll take 2 lol

Vor 2 years
Marco Flores
Marco Flores

I enjoyed watching your clip. Two things. 1, will the way you have set the blade be hard enough to withstand carving wood, 2, are you able to add description of tempering metal and tools used. many thanks.

Vor 2 years
MIX VÍDEOS ALEATÓRIOS
MIX VÍDEOS ALEATÓRIOS

belo trabalho

Vor 2 years
james Kries
james Kries

How much to make me one?

Vor 2 years
Richard Schaffling
Richard Schaffling

Very nice how well does it hold a sharp edge

Vor 2 years
Qaraqus _
Qaraqus _

Brawoooo

Vor 2 years
Danny Diamond
Danny Diamond

Perfect X

Vor 3 years
Jack Maravola
Jack Maravola

Awesome, well made and looks great. More important functional. Ohio

Vor 3 years
Stroker Ace
Stroker Ace

dang I got to have one of them little lathes I got a million ideas. nice video

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you! Go for it, it was my most satisfying tool purchase.

Vor 3 years
sj lee
sj lee

I like this video!! Really enjoyed !!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you very much!

Vor 3 years
Frank D'Angelo
Frank D'Angelo

awesome knife. I like using old planer blades on mine. Did you temper because it was work hardened? again that's a great looking handle too.

Vor 3 years
Mr. Muffin
Mr. Muffin

This is a great video! :D

Vor 3 years
Michael B.
Michael B.

Ever try making handles from pool ques. Great wood in them and are found everywhere. Wood in the heavy ones is best..... Mike

Vor 3 years
hayati fikret Erdinc
hayati fikret Erdinc

Thanks. I liked the video.

Vor 3 years
DeZZy61
DeZZy61

well done,looks good.. derek.

Vor 3 years
Mathew Prakash
Mathew Prakash

hai dear I am from India how did you file the teeth of a hss jigsaw blade with a file did you anneal it before?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

It's high carbon steel not HSS. I did nothing to it, maybe it annealed itself getting hot during use, since it was an old blade, or it was soft enough from the factory.

Vor 3 years
Bill Ferris
Bill Ferris

Well done, very useful video!

Vor 3 years
Servostyring
Servostyring

Hello, I like your videos! What kind of lathe are you using? Keep it up!

Vor 3 years
ROD Sculpture
ROD Sculpture

Are you lathe machine homemade? What motor of the lathe machine is that?

Vor 3 years
ROD Sculpture
ROD Sculpture

Good Video

Vor 3 years
Víctor Dávila Cortázar
Víctor Dávila Cortázar

Es una obra de arte, felicidades saludos desde Guayaquil Ecuador

Vor 3 years
WAR WAR
WAR WAR

Belo trabalho, você é um artista. Top.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Alonzo Sanchez
Alonzo Sanchez

incredible really good job!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks!

Vor 3 years
yeleng xiong
yeleng xiong

Nice. Could you tell me more about the tools you're using? Right now I'm just "testing the water" on wood working and those tools, specifically the make and model of the table saw and and lathe would seem to fit right into my soon to be tool collection.

Vor 3 years
yeleng xiong
yeleng xiong

+The Small Workshop Much appreciated. Yea here I'm slowly starting with hand tools and hopefully get serious

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Most of my new tools are Proxxon. The rest are old tools, at least 50 years old.

Vor 3 years
Martha West
Martha West

I was kidding , that is genius, I didn't even think of a blade like that , I think of something for a handle without a lathe. Thanks for your reply it was great watching you!!

Vor 3 years
Martha West
Martha West

And a laith! But my address is ......😆

Vor 3 years
swapan kumar das
swapan kumar das

very applicable and innovative ! salute for your contribution.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you too!

Vor 3 years
Martha West
Martha West

Cool love that, I just need a work shop 😆

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

If you have a kitchen table then you have a workshop bigger than mine. :D

Vor 3 years
blair tarnowski
blair tarnowski

nice$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

Vor 3 years
Mojsinjski
Mojsinjski

Odlican video!!! Jako koristan.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Colin Campbell
Colin Campbell

What finish did you put on in the lathe?

Vor 3 years
James
James

The Small Workshop why super glue?

Vor year
Colin Campbell
Colin Campbell

Thanks did you put an oil before that?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

CA glue (aka superglue/crazyglue).

Vor 3 years
Chris Carson
Chris Carson

what do you use for the finish

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

For small handles I use CA finish (super glue), since it gives a glass like surface that in my case provides a better grip. Like when you slide your hand over a window. For larger handles I use boiled linseed oil.

Vor 3 years
Patrick Brett
Patrick Brett

I've seen a few other carving knife videos and they are pretty much all the same using either a drill bit or a jigsaw blade, the one thing you have done that I haven't seen other people do is use a dowel rod for packing around the blade to make it fit the round drill hole... GENIUS!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

I don't remember if I came up with that or it was inspired from somewhere, but thanks! It's hard to come with new things in an activity as old as woodworking, that's why most people use similar methods.

Vor 3 years
jaymogamy
jaymogamy

Cool!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks!

Vor 3 years
Thomas Gordon
Thomas Gordon

liked the idea of using old jig saw blades. I have stated on making knives cheers

Vor 3 years
pbsteelhead finnishgunner
pbsteelhead finnishgunner

is that a steak knife

Vor 3 years
christophe leblanc
christophe leblanc

love your tiny vice

Vor 3 years
snorkelops 44
snorkelops 44

Me too i wany one

Vor 6 Monate
Denis Fournier
Denis Fournier

christophe leblanc w

Vor 11 Monate
christophe leblanc
christophe leblanc

great reuse of dead blades tks

Vor 3 years
Josh Cohn
Josh Cohn

Two questions, did your blade hold up and how much was the lathe you used in the video, would love to get one for fishing lures

Vor 3 years
Josh Cohn
Josh Cohn

+The Small Workshop thanks for the information!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Josh Cohn The blade held an edge pretty good, better than the exacto blades I used before it. I sold the knife after a short time so I don't know how it performed in the long run. The lathe is a Proxxon DB 250 and it was around $150. It's a small and quiet lathe but if you have the space you can get a mini Chinese lathe for the same price and that is larger and more versatile. But if you want a desk top lathe the Proxxon is the best option. Or a second hand watchmaker lathe but they are rare and pricey.

Vor 3 years
Hossein Hayati
Hossein Hayati

Well done!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Hossein Hayati Thanks!

Vor 3 years
Daniel Parker
Daniel Parker

You inspired me to make carving knives to carve with now.  Thank you.

Vor 3 years
unclejack123
unclejack123

nice project.......I really like the brass ferrule ...........l JRW

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+unclejack123 Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Jacob Mohrbutter
Jacob Mohrbutter

Very nice piece, well designed. Well constructed.just a recomondation. Placing the blade in water heat the tang to a cherry red then press the handle on. You might have to repeat that a few times but it will be a better fit, and the closer your tolloremces are the better the knife. The marige between the recauso and the handle is very important and that is where most first time knife makers fail. When you join the handle and blade wet sand on that gap well the glue or epoxy is still setting to ensure the seam is covered well Also be sure to slightly angle The tang so there are no right angles where snaping could occure other then that this knife is very well made and I enjoyed the video The steel is quite good for the application

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Jacob Mohrbutter Thank you for your tips, I plan to make more knives and will take that into account!

Vor 3 years
karlos paez
karlos paez

where did you by the small vise? great videoXD

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+karlos paez It's a cheap chinese one from the big box store. There are better options like vintage jeweler vises but they are kinda pricey. This one was around three bucks.

Vor 3 years
Captain Teague
Captain Teague

How did you temper the blade?

Vor 3 years
Harimasjohan
Harimasjohan

Hey is that high carbon (hcs) or high speed steel (hss)? Or idk, what kinda steel is that. looks so easily filed down tho :)

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Nightshadesz It looks like high carbon (for sure it's not hss). It was a bosch blade designed to cut wood, so I figured it's good enough for the job. After hardening it held an edge better than the exacto blades I used before for the same tasks so I was happy with it.

Vor 3 years
John Ballard
John Ballard

Everything I've watch you make, including this carving knife has come out amazing. I love wood carving and would treasure a couple of good carving knives. But around here they are TOTALLY out of my price range. I'm a meat cutter by trade, so nothing catches my eye faster than a great knife. I admire your skill. Keep up the great videos. God bless and keep you.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+John Ballard Thank you very much John for your wonderful comment! As a craftsman there's nothing more satisfying than to see people appreciate your work. God bless you too!

Vor 3 years
SeedTV - #1 YouTube Indie Gamers
SeedTV - #1 YouTube Indie Gamers

Is that handle made from Zebrano by any chance?

Vor 3 years
SeedTV - #1 YouTube Indie Gamers
SeedTV - #1 YouTube Indie Gamers

Awesome! Zebrano is a fantastic material to work with, If make most of my bentwood rings from It that I sell on my Etsy store :)

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Yes. It was the only 'fancy' wood I had around at the time.

Vor 3 years
Grognak Barbarian
Grognak Barbarian

small vise

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+BIONIC COOKI3 Small everything in my shop :)

Vor 3 years
WowSuchAmaar
WowSuchAmaar

How did you temper the blade? Could you do a video on it or is it as simple as putting it in the oven

Vor 3 years
WowSuchAmaar
WowSuchAmaar

Thanks, i'm planning to make a knife like this so this really helps:)

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+WowSuchAmaar I'm not a knifemaker so this might not be the best way to do it, but this is what I've done: to harden the blade I made it cherry red hot using the barbecue with coals and extra air from a drier then quenched it in vegetable oil. Then to temper it and make it not so brittle I just placed it in the kitchen oven for an hour or so at medium temperature. There are lots of tutorials with details on this process from more experienced people both here on youtube and on google.

Vor 3 years
FIRE WOOD CRAFT
FIRE WOOD CRAFT

Absolute fantastic made! Well done! Thanks for sharing. WR Mark

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+FIRE WOOD CRAFT Thank you!

Vor 3 years
Yuri Saboia
Yuri Saboia

Great job!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Yuri Saboia Thanks!

Vor 3 years
Brian Zenk
Brian Zenk

well done !

Vor 3 years
Bill Bates
Bill Bates

thanks, glad you enjoyed it.

Vor 3 years
Brian Zenk
Brian Zenk

The custom carving knife you sent me is a treasure ! Thanks for the inspiration !

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Brian Zenk Thanks!

Vor 3 years
Oblidemon Ouroboros
Oblidemon Ouroboros

They don't sell carving knifes here, so this video sure helps a lot, thanks! :D

Vor 3 years
brad doyle
brad doyle

hahahaha!!!!

Vor 2 Monate
1Howdy1
1Howdy1

+brandy sigmon License plate blades and soap handles for the win.

Vor 3 years
brandy sigmon
brandy sigmon

+1Howdy1 Well, I can see why you are looking at a video on how to make knives, lol.  Good luck!! 

Vor 3 years
1Howdy1
1Howdy1

+brandy sigmon Prison.

Vor 3 years
Oblidemon Ouroboros
Oblidemon Ouroboros

+brandy sigmon I'm from a pretty small rural town in Argentina, called Bolívar. And no, I don't mind :)

Vor 3 years
bfqgary
bfqgary

How did you temper the blade?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+bfqgary Hardened it by quenching in oil then tempered it in the kitchen oven to release tension.

Vor 3 years
alan manning
alan manning

Nice knife well done

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+alan manning thanks!

Vor 3 years
Bill Bumpus
Bill Bumpus

Wow I really need a lathe.

Vor 3 years
1Howdy1
1Howdy1

+Bill Bumpus Make a vertical lathe with your drill press. Works great for short, small diameter stuff like this. Cut the head off a 1/4" bolt to chuck, with a couple nuts to lock and a external tooth lock washer to hold to the wood. Drill a 1/4" hole in the end of the wood for the top to accept the rod. I usually clamp a vice to the table with a center punch for the bottom side. You get the idea. I use a L bracket for my rest, but a lot of times I'll just whittle the piece close and use sandpaper. Just take it slow speed and you'll be surprised. I have a nice 32" lathe. Had it for years and never set up. I don't do bowls or table legs, just small stuff every once in a while. Maybe if I had more room in my shop or wanted to take up turning as a hobby.

Vor 3 years
Guillermo Contreras
Guillermo Contreras

Very informative indeed. I liked very much the shape of that handle.  Thumbs up from Spain amigo!

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Guillermo Contreras Gracias amigo:)

Vor 3 years
Dan Casas
Dan Casas

this is an awesome video. I love the brass ring affixed to it. WOW

Vor 3 years
Deb B
Deb B

Thanks for the video! That was so fun to watch. The wood grain in the handle is beautiful.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Suzy B Thank you! The wood is zebra wood.

Vor 3 years
Sislertx
Sislertx

I've been wanting one to do chip carving and just some general carving. Sure like yours. Don't know how to do private messaging and quit using emails even. You got a website or blog ect..

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+Sislertx Thanks! I don't sell the things I do in these videos, they are mostly for my personal use.

Vor 3 years
bluybrink
bluybrink

Finally a real-life use of the proxxon lathe, thank you thank you thank you :)

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+bluybrink :) I guess you are planning to buy this lathe and doing research? I remember doing the same thing and how hard was to find a good review of it, most were unboxing videos. The Proxxon is fine for miniatures, but if I would to buy a mini lathe again I'd go for the pen turning kind, like the Harbor Freight one. Much more solid cast iron build and it allows for larger work if necessary.

Vor 3 years
Eric Au
Eric Au

This is great! What kind of lathe is that? It seems nice and compact.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thanks! It's a Proxxon DB 250 miniature turning lathe. It is very compact, around the size of a computer keyboard, and very quiet. It's good for miniature turning or small things like pens or handles. Has a few drawbacks, like the aluminum build and plastic collets. Will do a review on it sometime.

Vor 3 years
10 10
10 10

i am wondering if you would sell me one of these?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Sorry, I'm not exactly a knife maker so I don't feel comfortable selling my "experiments". They might not be good for the job or break easily.

Vor 3 years
CrazyKiller
CrazyKiller

whats that small vice grip thingy i want one it looks cute a it fits in small spots

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

It's a small Chinese vise, smallest one I could find at the hardware store. Paid like two bucks for it. Not very good quality, they tend to crack if you tighten them too hard, but for small work it does the job. Much better option would be an old jeweler one, but they can get kinda pricey around here.

Vor 3 years
John
John

The knife is so much more than what the Internet does for it. It holds so nice. You really should market these. It is now my favorite of the 20 I have. Thanks so much silviu

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you John! I'm really happy that you like it! I hope it will perform up to your expectations!

Vor 3 years
charleen heath
charleen heath

where did you get that dandy little lathe?

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

+charleen heath It's a Proxxon DB 250, they are available on Amazon and other places. But if I would be to buy again I'd go for the small Harbourt Freight style lathe. They are at the same price. What I like about the Proxxon is that it is small and quiet, what I don't like is that it's small and flimsy. Plastic and aluminum are not the best choice of materials for making a sturdy lathe. I'll try to make a honest review before I sell it, I hope Proxxon won't sue me :)

Vor 3 years
El Cazador
El Cazador

Do you have to temper? I would think the jigsaw blade would already been hardened?

Vor 3 years
Chris Conway
Chris Conway

+The Small Workshop So you hardened it? tempering is the exact opposite

Vor 3 years
El Cazador
El Cazador

Thanks 4 the response and your video.

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

I thought the same, it was a decent quality blade made by Bosch, but the file went through it quite easily so I hardened it just in case. I don't think is absolutely necessary, since the blade was designed to cut wood in the first place, but if hardened it will hold an edge better.  Also it was an old blade so there is a possibility that during use it got too hot and lost it's factory temper. I don't know if that's even possible or how hot a blade gets when it starts burning wood. But it's quite easy to harden small blades at home, using a torch and oil, there are many videos on Youtube showing how to do it.

Vor 3 years
Joslin K
Joslin K

Beautifully done

Vor 3 years
The Small Workshop
The Small Workshop

Thank you Joslin!

Vor 3 years

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