Bill's Rigging Knife
This piece was forged from an old cleaver and some modern steel for the edge. The cleaver was folded 8 times onto itself, and then layered onto the sides of the 15n20. This allows the pattern from the cleaver to show in the blade, and the modern steel in the middle for edge holding. The handle was made from locust, and brass fittings were made to complement the wood. There it a lanyard hole for security during use.
The marlin spike was forged from W2, and has a hardened tip tempered back slightly for strength and resilience.