Shane just finished up this little patch knife that’s the perfect size for cutting those pillow ticking patches or skinning deer. It’s forged from a piece of hay rake tine (high carbon 1095 spring steel). The handle is made from a white tail deer antler and is finished off with a poured pewter bolster that has a hand engraved border. The pommel of the knife has a hand carved ball starter that is growing right out of the crown of the antler. The blade measures 4″ long with a handle that measures 4 1/8″ from the pewter bolster to the tip of the ball starter. Overall length is 8 1/8″.