Howl Bushcraft Weekend
Bushcraft Courses, Foraging, Plant ID, Water Purification, Wild cooking, Wood Carving

What A Weekend Bushcraft Course!

TBC recently had the pleasure of joining one of Howl Bushcraft’s intimate weekend courses. It was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, where plenty of new skills were learnt and some incredible food was prepared and eaten! In this article we give a brief overview of our experience of the course. Two weeks ago Calum and I ventured north to […]

Nalgene Stainless Steel Bottle Hanger Modification
Bushcraft DIY, How to, Video

Nalgene Stainless Steel Bottle Hanger Modification

Nalgene stainless steel water bottles are extremely popular among the bushcraft and outdoor community. They are made from thick single-wall stainless steel and can be used as a standard water bottle, or to sterilise water over a fire – and this is what makes the Nalgene bottle so special. This article will demonstrate a really nifty Nalgene […]

Win a Mora Wood Carving Knife Competition
Competitions, Cutting Tools, Wood Carving

Win A Mora Wood Carving Knife!

It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Mora Wood Carving Knives… …And we know you’ll love them too (if you don’t already). That’s why we’re holding a competition for you to win a Mora Wood Carving Knife. If you’re our lucky winner, you can choose between a Mora Wood Carving Basic Knife, Mora 106, Mora 120, Mora 162, Mora […]

How To Carve A Kuksa Cup - Free Kuksa Template
Bushcraft DIY, Cutting Tools, Wood Carving

How To Carve A Kuksa Cup | Free Kuksa Template

In our age of industrial goods, many people have a growing appreciation for handmade objects. Kuksa’s are a popular item to carve amongst hobbyists, particularly in Scandinavian countries. Due to the design, they are also popular with campers and hikers, and they make a great wood carving project whilst out in the bush. In this article, we have some […]