Romany Knife Sharpeners

Posted on August 1, 2015 in: Uncategorized

A customer at the Farmer’s Market today said ” I grew up in Switzerland, once a year Gypsies came to our village and sharpened all the knives and farmers tools.”

No Longer at Whole Foods Market

Posted on July 17, 2015 in: Uncategorized

We are no longer sharpening at Whole Foods Market in Portland. You can drop items off at our shop in South Portland, only a few blocks from Willard Beach.  Combine sharpening with a beach walk,

Lewiston Auburn, Maine Sharpening

Posted on June 7, 2015 in: Uncategorized

We have a new agent for Knife and Scissor sharpening in LA.

4-Season-Farm-Market.(207) 212-0802, 9 Third St, Auburn Maine.

Drop items off before Wednesday, done and ready for pickup on Thursday. No Extra Charge for this service. Shop while you are there, high quality local farm products. Meat Dairy, Baked goods Vegies and more.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/4-Season-Farm-Market/611556805605659

Our Newest Farmer’s Market, Kennebunk

Posted on June 5, 2015 in: Uncategorized

On June 6th and every two weeks afterward we will be at The Kennebunk Farmers Market on Saturdays. It’s a good sized market Located behind the Lafayette Center in the upper village, just off Main St.

Details  below,   http://wickedsharpknives.com/events/1082/kennebunk-farmers-market/

We are not in the city of Portland.

Posted on May 19, 2015 in: Uncategorized

 

We have had a couple of customers recently whose GPS or online map has sent them to Lowell St in Portland in the Libbytown neighborhood.  Some “advanced” mapping devices are unable to distinguish between the two cities. Check your  GPS / map carefully and make sure you are heading to South Portland.

37 Lowell St.

South Portland, Maine

call if lost (207) 210 2559

Use this map if needed. http://tinyurl.com/mn2k8gy

Fiskars Scissor Sharpening

Posted on May 11, 2015 in: Uncategorized

Fiskars Scissors can be sharpened to a good as new condition inexpensively.

Some local fabric stores are telling customers that they can’t be sharpened.

Not true !

We sharpen lots of them.

 

 

A happy email

Posted on May 1, 2015 in: Uncategorized

Greetings,

I wanted to let you know what  a great  job you did sharpening the hand pruning shears that we actually use as hoof trimmers for our goats.  We had 3 pair of them done (3 different sizes) when you were at Longfellow’s last weekend.

The way I whipped right through trimming – I think the tips of the shears are even sharper than when they were brand new!  Next time you are in the area I’ll  get my sewing and pinking shears done too (I’m really picky about all my cutting tools).

It is a pleasure and certainly more efficient to use sharp tools whether in the barn, the kitchen, or the fiber room.

P. G.

 

 

Our Twitter Feed

Posted on April 29, 2015 in: Uncategorized

Wicked Sharp has a Twitter Feed full of Culinary Treats, history, quotes by famous chef’s, food facts, articles of chef interest and more. Check it out!   https://twitter.com/WickedSharpME


We Sharpen Most Every Edge Tool.

Posted on April 8, 2015 in: Uncategorized

We have expertise sharpening many items not in our brochure. If you need it sharpened just ask. For example: hoof knives, hoof trimmers, harvesting knives, fly tying scissors, two handle cheese knives, head knives, spades, shovels, floral shears,machetes, tin snips, cable cutters, aviation shears and more…