The mission of the Texas Knifemakers’ Guild is to bring knifemakers together, in order to perpetuate the art of knifemaking; to promote and encourage an interest in knives and blades, to provide educational opportunities for the exchange of ideas, techniques and innovations; to promote displays of individual works and collections; and to promote knifemaking with integrity and high standards of workmanship. The Texas Knifemakers’ Guild is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The Texas Knifemakers' Guild is served by a Board of Directors composed of five directors per region in the State of Texas, with the regions being North, South, and West. The 2023 Board of Directors [...]
The following is from the most recent national Knifemakers Guild newsletter (November 2016). While the TKG is not formally affiliated with the national guild, we hold many of the same values and standards. Our goal [...]
Here are a few tips for dealing with some of the places where things commonly go wrong. Dealing With Warpage Sometimes the blade comes out of the quench crooked. It can be straightened hot, above [...]