The Best Round Knife for Leather
The Best Round Knife for Leather
5 (100%) 15 vote[s]
Tandy Leather Knife
High Quality Blades
Dimensions: 12x0.5x7 inches
Weight: 9.6 ounces
Weaver Leather Knife
Extra sharp knife
Comfortable handle
Smooth steel blade
C. S. Osborne
High Quality Blades
Dimensions: 7.2x5.2x1 inches
Weight: 5.1 ounces
Stamesky Round Knife
High Quality Blades
Cutting Edges
Eco-Friendly Handle
Osborne 71 Head Knife
Comfortable round handle
Blade is 4-1/2
1075 high carbon steel

Video Tutorial: How to Use a Leather Round Knife


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6 Comments

  1. A well-made round knife for leather is not an option. It is a necessity. You want to be sure to buy a good one – you’ll thank yourself later.

  2. Leather knives are the only way to cut leather perfectly. It’s been a struggle to find a knife that works well; however, the best option for me is the Weaver Leather Knife. I looked more into it and it’s a perfect fit.

  3. The round knife is an absolutely splendid and useful leather-work tool, but perhaps the most dangerous item in my workshop. I have been putting razor edges on all sorts of tools for as long as I can remember, but the only serious cut I ever got was from a round knife. The danger comes, I think, from the fact that the edge is in that huge arc, and sharp edges face all sorts of directions; most other tools’ edges point in one direction, so it’s easier to keep your hands behind the edge at all times instinctively IMO, you have to learn this tool individually and always treat it as a special case requiring special handling and special care, no matter how familiar you are with straight knives, axes, chisels and other edged tools.
    That cut cost me7 hrs in the accident & emergency dept., 6 stitches, and tetanus boost, a course of anti-biotics, and three follow-up trips to my GP. I could not use the hand for work for 2 1/2 wks following. Such accidents are very very boring and time-consuming; respect the round knife at all times!

    1. Hello, Harry! Thanks for sharing your experience.

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