Blacksmithing and Knife Making Class
Learn the Art of Blacksmithing and Knife Making at NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS
NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS is a leading retailer of knives, axes, and other outdoor gear. They also offer a variety of blacksmithing and knife making classes. Their most popular class is the Blacksmithing & Knife Making Workshop, where students learn how to forge their own railroad spike knife.
The workshop is led by experienced blacksmith Greg Campbell. He teaches students the basics of blacksmithing, including how to use a forge, hammer, and anvil. Students also learn how to profile and sharpen a blade on a professional belt grinder.
The workshop is limited to 10 students, so that everyone gets plenty of time and attention. It is also held in two time slots, so that students can choose the time that best fits their schedule and forges in a group of 5.
The Blacksmithing & Knife Making Workshop is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in learning this ancient art form. It is also a great way to create a unique and personal knife that you can cherish for years to come.
Why Take a Blacksmithing and Knife Making Class at NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS?
There are many reasons why you might want to take a blacksmithing and knife making class at NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS. Here are just a few:
- To learn a new skill: Blacksmithing is a challenging and rewarding skill to learn. It is also a skill that can be used to create a variety of objects, from tools to weapons to works of art.
- To create your own unique knife: There is nothing quite like the satisfaction of using a knife that you made yourself. In a blacksmithing and knife making class at NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS, you will learn how to forge and shape your own blade, as well as how to grind and sharpen it.
- To have fun: Blacksmithing is a fun and rewarding activity. It is a great way to get some exercise and to let your creative side shine.
Sign up for a Blacksmithing & Knife Making Workshop: Register Here
NORTH RIVER OUTDOORS is currently offering their Blacksmithing & Knife Making Workshop on Saturday, November 11th, 2023. The workshop is limited to 10 students and is held in two time slots. To sign up for the workshop, please use the following registration link: