8 episodes

This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about.

Beyond The Edge of Knight Jason Knight

    • Arts
    • 4.9 • 36 Ratings

This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about.

    Beyond The Edge of Knight - EPISODE #8 with Mastersmith Steve Schwarzer

    Beyond The Edge of Knight - EPISODE #8 with Mastersmith Steve Schwarzer

    • 1 hr 10 min
    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #7 with Bert Sorin of Sorinex

    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #7 with Bert Sorin of Sorinex

    This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about. Enjoy

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    FORGED Online Educational Series - https://knightforgestudio.com/series/
    YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN7WBpc42qfak7o1pjzpyXQ/
    INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/jasonknightknives/?hl=en

    Jason Knight’s passion for knives developed at a young age while growing up in the hinterlands of Charleston, South Carolina. He was inspired as a child by stories that his father read to him by Edgar Rice Boroughs, costumes his mother made him, and backyard adventures through the brush with old knives and machetes. His passion led him to attend the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas, in 2001, where he trained under Master Bladesmith Jay Hendrickson.
    Jason turned his childhood passion into a 30-year career in bladesmithing. In 2007, he received his ABS Mastersmith rating along with the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. His technique and recognizable style have made his blades some of the most sought after in the industry. Jason currently resides in East Tennessee with his wife and two children.

    “Be a maker” is a philosophy that has resonated with Jason Knight throughout his career as a bladesmith. Jason believes that being a maker empowers you to use your skillset to make a difference in your life and the lives of others. This way of thinking has driven him to produce durable blades that can be passed down from generation to generation as a cherished heirloom.
    Some of his awards include:
    2017 Knife Collaboration of the Year
    2012 Best Bowie; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
    2010 Battle of the Bladesmith Champion – ABS Great Smokey Mountain Symposium
    2008 BLADE Handmade Award for Best Bowie; Blade Magazine

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #6

    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #6

    This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about. Enjoy

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    FORGED Online Educational Series - https://knightforgestudio.com/series/
    YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN7WBpc42qfak7o1pjzpyXQ/
    INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/jasonknightknives/?hl=en

    Jason Knight’s passion for knives developed at a young age while growing up in the hinterlands of Charleston, South Carolina. He was inspired as a child by stories that his father read to him by Edgar Rice Boroughs, costumes his mother made him, and backyard adventures through the brush with old knives and machetes. His passion led him to attend the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas, in 2001, where he trained under Master Bladesmith Jay Hendrickson.
    Jason turned his childhood passion into a 30-year career in bladesmithing. In 2007, he received his ABS Mastersmith rating along with the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. His technique and recognizable style have made his blades some of the most sought after in the industry. Jason currently resides in East Tennessee with his wife and two children.

    “Be a maker” is a philosophy that has resonated with Jason Knight throughout his career as a bladesmith. Jason believes that being a maker empowers you to use your skillset to make a difference in your life and the lives of others. This way of thinking has driven him to produce durable blades that can be passed down from generation to generation as a cherished heirloom.
    Some of his awards include:
    2017 Knife Collaboration of the Year
    2012 Best Bowie; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
    2010 Battle of the Bladesmith Champion – ABS Great Smokey Mountain Symposium
    2008 BLADE Handmade Award for Best Bowie; Blade Magazine

    • 29 min
    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #5

    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #5

    This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about. Enjoy

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    FORGED Online Educational Series - https://knightforgestudio.com/series/
    YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN7WBpc42qfak7o1pjzpyXQ/
    INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/jasonknightknives/?hl=en

    Jason Knight’s passion for knives developed at a young age while growing up in the hinterlands of Charleston, South Carolina. He was inspired as a child by stories that his father read to him by Edgar Rice Boroughs, costumes his mother made him, and backyard adventures through the brush with old knives and machetes. His passion led him to attend the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas, in 2001, where he trained under Master Bladesmith Jay Hendrickson.
    Jason turned his childhood passion into a 30-year career in bladesmithing. In 2007, he received his ABS Mastersmith rating along with the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. His technique and recognizable style have made his blades some of the most sought after in the industry. Jason currently resides in East Tennessee with his wife and two children.

    “Be a maker” is a philosophy that has resonated with Jason Knight throughout his career as a bladesmith. Jason believes that being a maker empowers you to use your skillset to make a difference in your life and the lives of others. This way of thinking has driven him to produce durable blades that can be passed down from generation to generation as a cherished heirloom.
    Some of his awards include:
    2017 Knife Collaboration of the Year
    2012 Best Bowie; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
    2010 Battle of the Bladesmith Champion – ABS Great Smokey Mountain Symposium
    2008 BLADE Handmade Award for Best Bowie; Blade Magazine

    • 59 min
    Beyond The Edge of Knight - EPISODE #4

    Beyond The Edge of Knight - EPISODE #4

    This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about. Enjoy

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    FORGED Online Educational Series - https://knightforgestudio.com/series/
    YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN7WBpc42qfak7o1pjzpyXQ/
    INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/jasonknightknives/?hl=en

    Jason Knight’s passion for knives developed at a young age while growing up in the hinterlands of Charleston, South Carolina. He was inspired as a child by stories that his father read to him by Edgar Rice Boroughs, costumes his mother made him, and backyard adventures through the brush with old knives and machetes. His passion led him to attend the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas, in 2001, where he trained under Master Bladesmith Jay Hendrickson.
    Jason turned his childhood passion into a 30-year career in bladesmithing. In 2007, he received his ABS Mastersmith rating along with the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. His technique and recognizable style have made his blades some of the most sought after in the industry. Jason currently resides in East Tennessee with his wife and two children.

    “Be a maker” is a philosophy that has resonated with Jason Knight throughout his career as a bladesmith. Jason believes that being a maker empowers you to use your skillset to make a difference in your life and the lives of others. This way of thinking has driven him to produce durable blades that can be passed down from generation to generation as a cherished heirloom.
    Some of his awards include:
    2017 Knife Collaboration of the Year
    2012 Best Bowie; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
    2010 Battle of the Bladesmith Champion – ABS Great Smokey Mountain Symposium
    2008 BLADE Handmade Award for Best Bowie; Blade Magazine

    • 41 min
    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #3

    Beyond The Edge Of Knight - EPISODE #3

    This podcast is about having fun, not taking ourselves too seriously, and talking about what we want to talk about. Enjoy

    IMPORTANT LINKS
    FORGED Online Educational Series - https://knightforgestudio.com/series/
    YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCN7WBpc42qfak7o1pjzpyXQ/
    INSTAGRAM - https://www.instagram.com/jasonknightknives/?hl=en

    Jason Knight’s passion for knives developed at a young age while growing up in the hinterlands of Charleston, South Carolina. He was inspired as a child by stories that his father read to him by Edgar Rice Boroughs, costumes his mother made him, and backyard adventures through the brush with old knives and machetes. His passion led him to attend the Bill Moran School of Bladesmithing in Old Washington, Arkansas, in 2001, where he trained under Master Bladesmith Jay Hendrickson.
    Jason turned his childhood passion into a 30-year career in bladesmithing. In 2007, he received his ABS Mastersmith rating along with the B.R. Hughes Award for the best knife by a Mastersmith candidate. His technique and recognizable style have made his blades some of the most sought after in the industry. Jason currently resides in East Tennessee with his wife and two children.

    “Be a maker” is a philosophy that has resonated with Jason Knight throughout his career as a bladesmith. Jason believes that being a maker empowers you to use your skillset to make a difference in your life and the lives of others. This way of thinking has driven him to produce durable blades that can be passed down from generation to generation as a cherished heirloom.
    Some of his awards include:
    2017 Knife Collaboration of the Year
    2012 Best Bowie; Blade Show and International Cutlery Fair
    2010 Battle of the Bladesmith Champion – ABS Great Smokey Mountain Symposium
    2008 BLADE Handmade Award for Best Bowie; Blade Magazine

    • 41 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
36 Ratings

36 Ratings

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Love the Edge of Knight!! Appreciate all the hard work you put in to this podcast!!

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Yarrrr!

Great show with a great random blend of facts and fun, mostly fun. Deep thoughts from a time traveling metal manipulating wizard.

Caracciolo knives ,

The best of the best!!!

Theses two guys have helped cultivate the seed of creativity in a lot of people. Great job!!!

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