Canberra Custom Knife Show this Sunday

tvf 5 December 2012 3

After a break for a few years, the Canberra Custom Knife Show is back on December 9th from 10am – 3pm. It will be held at the Tharwa Village Hall and focus on the work of local makers. Canberra has a small but growing knife making community.

There will be a range of kitchen, sporting, folding/pocket and utility knives on sale and an opportunity to talk with the makers about their craft. There will be technique videos showing some of the different skills in making a knife.

Also on display will be a range of hand made target and hunting bows and medieval armour by a local maker.

More information at www.tharwavalleyforge.com

Admission is free.


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Holden Caulfield Holden Caulfield 2:47 pm 05 Dec 12

I can see the long black leather coats from here.

460cixy 460cixy 1:15 pm 05 Dec 12

I know a knife maker does some great work but won’t sell them to anyone I have been trying to get a skinning knife out of him for years. I ended up buying a kershaw folder and grinding the tip round so as to not Pearce the skins

Antagonist Antagonist 11:25 am 05 Dec 12

“Canberra has a small but growing knife making community.”

The really good ones are trained at the Alexander Maconochie Centre.

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