Here’s a really cool video showing the daily routine of Chelsea Miller, a knife maker. It’s fun because it’s filmed from her perspective so you get to see what it really takes. Fiercely Curious, who made the video, writes, “Chelsea Miller hand makes stunning knives out of old horse rasp files. She often uses maple from her family’s orchard in Vermont and will bury it in the snow to spalt the wood into beautiful patterns for her handles.”
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so, what does the file do?
I bet bits and pieces of food would only get stuck in it. I was hoping until the end of the video that she’s gonna remove the remaining file textured on the blade.