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.
TKG hosted a hammer in at Chad Cunningham's ranch south of Baird on 10/28/17. There were about 70 people in attendance including both members and non-members. We had demonstrations by Dale White and Bryan Borton, [...]
The Texas Knifemakers' Guild is partnering with Kim Sansom of Silver Spur Gun Shows to host a knife show in Abilene, February 25/26. The show is inside the Taylor County coliseum. We will have our [...]
January 7th, 2017|Comments Off on Lone Star Knifemaker Guidelines
Lonestar Knifemaker Judging Procedure Jason Fry, TKG President This document is intended to assist members in presenting and judging knives presented by persons applying for Lonestar Knifemaker status. Our initial goal is to set a [...]