I did get some great feedback on my knives and it was interesting to see what was popular. My wilderness knife with the wenge handle had the most interest but didn't actually sell on the day. The Yew handled knives also got a lot of interest and some sales which I was pleased about as Yew is in my opionion one of the most beautiful woods. There was a lot of debate about the different styles of sheath I have been producing. Some people loved the ornate sheaths but for others they wanted a plainer sheath. The friction sheaths were definately more popular than the popper ones though and the new style I have been trialing with the stag buttons were very popular.
There was also a lot of interest in knife services and whilst this is something I have been doing for customers it is not something I have promoted before. As well as making knives I am also able to offer sharpening, re-profiling and handling services. Since the knife show I have now added a new page to this website giving a bit more info about the services I offer. If anyone has any knives that need some work please get in touch!
It was great to spend a whole day talking about knives and meeting so many like minded people. I will definately be going back next year! Hope to see you there.