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  1. woodmunky

    Where to find custom Knife / Leather sheath?

    Oh sorry, that's me mis-reading, I'll see if I can track him down. Thanks again
  2. woodmunky

    Where to find custom Knife / Leather sheath?

    Thanks @gra_farmer thats certainly close to what I'm after I'm looking to commission it though, so rather than buy one that's already made, I'd like to work with the smith to have the knife (and custom leather) made I'll take a look more at Hellize though (does look like they've left).
  3. woodmunky

    Where to find custom Knife / Leather sheath?

    I'm looking to get a custom handmade knife for my dad's 70th next year. I'd like a damascus patterned blade and a handmade sheath with some unique artwork on it. No need for a firesteel. Can anyone recommend a craftsperson who has an online portfolio of their work that I could take a look at...
  4. woodmunky

    Best value Paracord UK Supplier?

    Good shout! Thanks :) Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  5. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    So much good advice there! Much appreciated :) Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  6. woodmunky

    Best value Paracord UK Supplier?

    Of all the ones I came across, WildElk seems quite a good brand, so good to hear someone else giving them a thumbs up [emoji106][emoji106] I'm after good quality at best price. I'm not looking to weave a hammock, but perhaps some stick handles and a few key rings etc Thanks for the advice :)...
  7. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    I'm certainly hoping I can get some over the coming weeks and try this; I'm really hoping I can get it to come off on strips, that would be ideal :) Thanks for the advice :) Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  8. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    Haven't harvested them yet, still trying to locate a landowner who'll let me. Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  9. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    I do actually have a spoon knife, so will give that a go. On reflection, it would seem a better fit for the job! Thanks :) Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  10. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    Very good advice, hadn't thought of varying when harvesting them, so that's good to know indeed! Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  11. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    Will give that a go, thank you! Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  12. woodmunky

    Getting bark off Hazel (for walking stick)

    Does anyone know the best way to remove bark from a Hazel stick? Have used a spoke shave before, but looking to see if there are any neat tricks that are potentially a little quicker. Thanks, Steve Sent from my SM-G973F using Tapatalk
  13. woodmunky

    Best value Paracord UK Supplier?

    Hey all, I'm looking to do some paracord projects, but I'm getting a bit lost in all the suppliers and was wondering if anyone has a preferred UK supplier who is good value? Looking for a variety of colours and not too bothered about whether it's 550 or MilTec, but want to check I'm not missing...
  14. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    Just for a bit more of a chilled, camping kettle I saw a nice one on TV the other day on BBC's 'Pilgrimage with Simon Reeve' - Simple wood burning kettle, but great for a static camp. Plus it's hard to not enjoy the appeal of using wood fuel.
  15. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    It seems the gas stove is certainly a great option, especially with the price of the fuel and the easy burner. This is a great selection to choose from, and I've certainly learned a bit more about the equipment out there. I'd say I'm set to buy!
  16. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    Good tip, I'm all for the DIY option.
  17. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    You read my mind as I posted it! I think this is a MUST as I'm just learning how massively useful these are :p
  18. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    Looks like my 'January Sales' money is beginning to be spoken for already :D
  19. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    All good things I think I need to make sure I consider. It will mostly be for tea/soup in UK all seasons, and possible food in the summer camps. Looking at Go Outdoors I think a wind shield is imperative, as the last stove I had was good (my first, was the first option listed by BigMonster) but...
  20. woodmunky

    Suggestions for a stove? Under £50 (if possible)

    Wow?! £40! ...I like Go Outdoors even more now :)