Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Some of Shane's 2010 knives.

Contrary to popular belief, Shane and I have not fallen off the face of the earth.
We're still here.
Shane is still constantly in The Great Oblivion working away. Here is one of his beauties,
Shane's #6 liner-lock folder made out of carbon Damascus blade, double carbon fiber bolsters, and woolly mammoth bone handle and red spacers.
OOh, I really like this one. Really!
The liners are titanium and it has a titanium thumb stud
with a black pearl inlay.
Be still my heart, black pearl inlay. Looving it!
I begged Shane to keep this one for himself because he sold his other one which I will tell you about in a minute.
But, nope. It's gone.

Shane also made a custom stingray skin lanyard.

Yup, wifey knows best- shoulda kept it hun.
So where have I (Lacy) been you ask?
Okay, so you didn't ask but I'll tell you anyways.
I've been taking care of are three munchkins and wondering if winter was EVER going to go away.
It's safe to say that Utah had a very cooold looong winter.
I even threatened old man winter with my "Lacy wrath" to which he so rudely laughed at me, and just to spite me, he hung around for an extra TEN months. (or so it seemed.)
Therefore, Lacy's brain is just barely thawing out enough to blog.
That's my excuse and I'm sticking to it.

This is Shane's first frame lock folder!
The handle is all .130 thick titanium
with a cpm s30v blade.
Little story about this one.
Once upon a time, a few months ago...
Shane said he couldn't make a frame lock folder
and his sweet adorable loving wife said that he could.
And guess what he did.
and they lived happily ever after.
The End
P.S. Wifey knows best.
This knife above and below has
Leopard pattern Damascus titanium bolsters and
walrus jaw bone handle.
This sheath has a stingray skin inlay.
Say that three times fast.
sting ray skin inlay
sting ray skin inlay
sting ray skin inlay.

and here it is.
Somebody, I won't mention any names...
Wanted to keep this one
and somebody else, I won't mention any names..Shane..
Said, "NO" and shipped it off to a new owner.
crack... did you hear that?
Don't worry, It was just Lacy's heart!

Above and below is Shane's Folder #3-Damascus back bar with Vine file work.

Crushed W's Damascus blade mokume bolster and thumb stud
and woolly mammoth tusk handle.
Yum! I love mokume. It reminds me of chocolate.
Have no idea why.
Yes, I am very strange.
Ladder pattern Damascus with white woolly mammoth tusk bolster and woolly mammoth tooth handle.
This sheath has elephant skin inlay. Way cool!
The beads on the sheath are woolly mammoth tooth on the left and woolly mammoth tusk on the right.
Shane made these beads.
Isn't my hubby so nifty?
I'm thinking mammoth tooth bead for a necklace would be really nice.
hmm, why didn't I think of that sooner?
Shane's faithful companion for 2 years.
and he sold it.
Wifey said don't sell it.
He sold it.
He misses it.
Wifey knows best.
#5 Folder-This is also crushed W's Damascus with mosaic Damascus bolster, woolly mammoth tusk handle.
These pictures do NOT do this knife justice.
So classic and rugged at the same time.
Very masculine.
Damascus back bar with vine file work and blue spacers.

Loving this Mosaic pattern!

Did you know they are not having Blade show west in Oregon this year.


Don't worry, It was just Lacy's heart.

We are sooo going to miss it

but on a happier note Shane and I will be attending the

PKA knife show in Denver Co. August 20-22.

I'm excited to be there!

Shane will have a table there and we hope to see you there.

Love, Lacy