Tag Archives: custom knives

BladesWork Unlimited Featured on Veteran Entrepreneurship Podcast – Veteran on the Move

BWU Forge Team sat down to discuss transition from active service and the common hurdles faced by veteran entrepreneurship ventures – Check out the conversation here! Press Release: Co-founders of BladesWork Unlimited and Marine Corps Veterans, Christian Helms and Robert ‘Bo’ Plante came by the show to share more about their business and the story […]

Fishing for Fillet Knives – Why You Need Quality Fishing Knives for the 2021 Season

You just hauled up a monster, didn’t you? Yeah you did, we know it. Hope you have your fishing knives. The patience and timing it required for you to bring that big guy in is something we are extremely jealous of; few of us here at BladesWork Unlimited possess those traits (looking at you, Christian). […]

Custom Steel and Tools on Display at the Frederick Fairgrounds – April 2021

First trade show, in the books! A successful one at that for the custom steel – based team! The BladesWork Unlimited Forge Team made their trade show debut with an impressive display of custom steel from a number of the BladesWork Unlimited custom knife makers. With over 15 physical custom knives on display and for […]

BladesWork Unlimited Trade Show Schedule for 2021

Finally, some level of social interaction is beginning to creep back into our daily lives. That means our beloved trade shows are beginning to lock in their dates and locations for 2021! BladesWork Unlimited was founded on community and fellowship, and that means one of our favorites ways to spend a weekend is among you […]

Creating Handmade Knives – The Tailored Process for Your Handmade Tools in 2021

How handmade knives are made by the Forge Team at BladesWork Unlimited!

A Beginner’s Guide to Custom Knives in 2021

That’s a comforting title if I have ever seen one.  If it makes you feel any better, I almost titled it “Things to know about custom knives before talking to a bladesmith”, because, well, one wrong word and you better buckle in for a long (long..) class on the knife and blade smithing process.  To […]