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Hufflepuf Knife

Discussion in 'Custom Knives' started by Guzzi Goose, May 14, 2019.

  1. Guzzi Goose

    Guzzi Goose Subscribed Member

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    Made for my 12year old Daughter, the yellow and black liners show hew allegiance to Hufflepuff House apparently.
     
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  2. Juttle

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    What the hells a hufflepuff? Is it in season, can you eat it, do you need a hufflepuff knife to skin it, what bait?

    Asking for a friend!
     
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  3. Guzzi Goose

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    It's one of the Houses at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, in the Harry Potter books.

    You can do online questionnaires to see what house you would be sorted into, I'm in Ravenclaw, useful for a grumpy 49 year old to know.
     
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  4. MaC

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    Hah ! tried a quiz, I'm in Gryfinder (sp ?)

    Nice knife set :D I'm sure she's incredibly pleased with it :cool:
     
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  5. Juttle

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    Where would they put a 70 year old cripple with an attitude problem?
     
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    In with me.:D
     
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    If both legs are crippled, you’d be Slytherin...
    :haha:
     
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  9. Juttle

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    Oh, god, that’s bad. True, but bad!
     
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  10. Kris-H

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    Nice, I really like the scales. What wood is that ?
     
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  11. Saint-Just

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    Can’t be snake wood, wrong house.
     
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  12. Nice65

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    A guess at Tulip wood.
     
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  13. Stew

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    Looks like zebrano to me.
     
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  14. Nice65

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    Or Olive?
     
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  15. Guzzi Goose

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    Its Olive,olives are her favorite food. It's treated with linseed oil stained with Alkanet root, it worked better on the firesteel than the knife. I did dry that bit out with brake cleaner before gluing it.

    I explained to her the Finnish idea that you give someone a knife to show you care about their wellbeing when I handed it over.

    She has just come back from Scout Camp and says she loves the Knife which has held up ok, the handle is a bit dark from dirt and wood ash. The Firesteel Striker is a failure I need to do a bit of thinking about that.
     
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  17. 5teep

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    Snap one end off an old hacksaw blade, grind it flat on the edges and you have an excellent striker.
     
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