Alder Burns wrote:Remember you are much more likely to cut yourself sharpening a scythe than you are using one...at least that's the only way I've managed to do it! You need a long stone, probably specifically for scythes. The stone you might have for, say, your kitchen knives isn't long enough, because with the scythe you have the blade held still and you are holding the stone in your hand, rather than the other way 'round!
Ben Plummer wrote:Have you picked up The Scythe Book? Lots of detail on use and maintenance.