Venue The Cob Barn, Schumacher College, Dartington
With Thomas Toogood, Felix Kary and Tanner Bates
Times 1-3 November, 10-5pm
Next date 1st November 9:30 am
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About this course
March 29th – 31st (SOLD OUT) and 1-3 November
10-5 pm each day
Forge a blade. Carve a handle. Sew a leather sheath.
You will start this three-day journey learning the intricacies of metal selection, heating techniques and blade shaping with Thomas Toogood, local Devonshire Blacksmith from Longdog Smithy.
On day two you will work with Felix Kary to carve a handle for your blade from local hardwood and on the final day you will go to Tanner Bates to learn the art of leatherwork to make a sheath for your newly completed knife.
Friday and Saturday’s workshops are based at the Cob Barn, Schumacher College, Dartington, while Sunday’s workshop will be held at Tanner Bates Leather School, Webbers Yard, Dartington.
This amazing artisan course will guide you through the process of creating your own blade from scratch – you will craft your very own, totally unique handmade tool to add to your kit for years to come.
Equipment and safety gear provided.
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Course details subject to change
Please note: 25% of your course fee is non-refundable should you need to cancel your place
Offer: Special rate for Dartington Members
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