Knife Patterns IV

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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 and Knife Patterns III and Knife Patterns V pages.

KN37 Kitchen Utility

DH58 Camp/Hunter

KN36 - Kitchen Utility

CP21 Clip Point Camper Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

CP20 Clip Point Hunter

 Clip point hunter large

HT3 Hidden Tang Hunting Knife Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

KN34 Honesuki Western Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

KN33 Kiritsuke Styled Gyuto Wa Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

DH55 and DH55a (Bird & Trout)

DH54 Drop Point Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

GH1 Gut Hook Hunter Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

KN32 Kitchen Knife Set (3 pages) Page 1, Page 2 & Page 3 Template - DanCom-2016.pdf Template - DanCom-2016.pdf Template - DanCom-2016.pdf

KN31 Kitchen Utility Template - DanCom 2016.pdf


CP19 Clip Point Template - DanCom-2016.pdf

KN30 Gyuto

 KN29 Kiritsuke Styled Gyuto

KN27 Full Tang Chef's Knife Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

KN24 Artisan Kitchen Set - DanCom 2015.pdf

CP18 Clip Point

htto:// Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

 DH56 Hunter with Bolster Template - DanCom 2016.pdf

KN22 Chef's Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

KN21 (full tang nakiri) Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

CP17 Clip Point Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

DH53 "Fighter" Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

KN20 Honesuki wa Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

KN19 Nakiri wa Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

KN18 Gyuto Western Handle Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

KN12 Gyuto (wa) Template - DanCom-2015.pdf

For additional patterns, see the Knife PatternsKnife Patterns II and Knife Patterns III  and Knife Patterns V pages.


jimD said...

Great site, lots and lots of information to read through, well done. Greetings from Waterford,Ireland.

Unknown said...

Lovely templates.
Has anyone got a patron for a small hatchet/Axe?
I have a 12 saw blade I'd like to try make a hatchet from but can't decide on a design I like

DanCom said...

A hatchet is more of a forged (vs. stock removal) project. I have seen some great hatchets made from ball pein hammers

Patrick Smoak said...

Check they have a bunch of really good info on making a tomahawk from a ball peen hammer. Isn't too difficult and you can adapt it to your design

Patrick Smoak said...

Dan, this is a great website, someone recommended your site on blade forums and I've spent an entire night reading over it. So much great information.

DanCom said...

Thanks for your kind words.



Christian Cork said...

Any chance you can put up the Bark River Bushcrafter II pattern? Thanks.

Peyton Armstrong said...

AWESOME- very nice knife templates, awesome for knife makers, keep up the great work, hope to see more knife templates in future, maybe folding knife templates aren't many out there,..??

Donald Rhea said...

Do you have a kephart design. Thanks for the patterns.

Unknown said...

How about a kobun style tanto? Thanks

Fortune Finder said...

i was wondering if perhaps you would make a template for a recurve knife? i keep drawing it out and i can never get it balanced correctly. either the handle looks weird or the belly looks weird or the size relationships are all off and i can never find a perfect balance. awesome site though! ive spent the last 3 days reading all of the articles.

smeercat said...

Can the Kn38 be posted in the pattern section?

D. Comeau said...

Hi, the KN38 can be found on the Knife Patterns V page. Thanks for stopping by!


Unknown said...

I just want to say that it takes an amazing person with a servants heart to share so much personal time in doing this. Your hard work is greatly appreciated.nThank you

D. Comeau said...

It's my pleasure. Thank you for your kind words.


german said...

My nakiri or nakiri wa, i don`t know...
Don`t have belt grinder only a diy disk an angle grinder.
The handle is brazilian oak.

D. Comeau said...

You did very good with limited resources. I wish that your nakiri serves you well in the kitchen!