Knife Patterns V

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If you need help in making a pattern, see the small post on the bottom of the original Knife Patterns page. For additional patterns, see the Knife Patterns II, Knife Patterns III and Knife Patterns IV pages.

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Updated:  November 12, 2017

KN39 Honesuki wa

KN40 Hidden Tang Chef, 200 mm x 50 mm  (7.75" x 2")

CP24 Clip Point

CR1 Cleaver

CP23 Clip Point

CP22 Clip Point


Peyton Armstrong said...

I love these knife templates! They're perfect and are nicely formed/laid out. Keep up the good work :)

D. Comeau said...

Thanks Peyton. I hope that you find them useful.


Peter Smith said...

your knife templates are the best in the business thank you

JosephBHZ said...

I love your templates. I'm a beginner and they really inspire me.
Do you have any Boyarin templates? I saw this knife but couldn't find a template and I think I would mess up the proportions if I tried to make one by myself.

D. Comeau said...

Yes those are very cool knives. It's a little on the large size for standard A4 or 8.5" x 11" paper. I'll see what I can do.


Unknown said...

For someone just starting out your templates are so valuable! Thank you!!

JosephBHZ said...

Thanks a lot, Dan

Red Jacket said...

Thank you so much for the templates, they're all fantastic! But could you do a KA-BAR template? I don't know if it's possible but I'd really appreciate anything you could do.


kernel pan1c said...

Dan, thank you so much for sharing these. As a beginner, I really appreciate these beautiful designs. Greetings and best wishes from New Zealand.

md said...

Thanks for sharing!

Perfect Edge17 said...

Hi Any santoku wa handle template? Thank you in advance