Tag: Featured

Make Your Own Burn and Wound Salve

As a bushcrafter you know how powerful mother nature is, but your probably also know how sharp your knife can be, and how hot the handle of your coffee pot can get above the fire. We have all been there, those nasty cuts and…

Interview With Brian Trubshaw from Journeyman Handcraft

In this new category on our blog we want to share the story of craftsman and -women, the story of inspiring people that make a change in this – somewhat- strange world. We want to give you a peak into their lives and crafts,…

Gear Breakdown

What do you carry when you are out and about? This is a question we receive very often! In this post we will break down every part of our gear with you. Explaining all about the what and why.

DIY Buck Saw with a Swiss Army Knife

When spending time outdoors, having a saw around is incredibly useful for building shelters and cutting fire wood. A buck saw is a saw you can easily make with very little tools and materials. In this tutorial you will find step by step instructions to…

Make Your Own Wool Hat and Mittens

This is a tutorial on how to make your own wool hat and mittens out of an old sweater. It is easy, warm, and perfect to upcylce old wool sweaters, especially if you shrunk your favourite wool sweater like we did.

DIY Budget Bushcraft Knife – Photo Tutorial

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  Make your own Budget Bushcraft Knife by following this photo tutorial. No forging experience or sophisticated tools needed.

Surviving Using Only Ikea Products

  Inspired by ‘Building a Discount Bushcraft Kit’ (originally by Dave Canterbury), in order to challenge ourselves to think outside the box (and the outdoor stores)  and put our knowledge to the test. Last couple of years we tested and perfected our kit in…