As we approach the end of another year, Ive been casting my mind back to the thread I posted at the end of 2014 - http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/showthread.php/1248497-The-Knife-of-2014. The Northfield Radio Jack is certainly still one of my most loved knives, but I like to vary my carry, and having managed to obtain an Arthur Wright Lambsfoot in ebony at the end of last year, I thought that this might be my knife of 2015. Then, soon after, Stephen Old & In The Way, generously gifted me a knife he had specially commissioned for me from Todd Davison. It is a superbly-made knife, and much as I like the Arthur Wright Lambsfoot, the custom Davison cast a very long shadow. It is a knife to treasure, one I will hand on to my grandchildren, and a knife I never fail to enjoy carrying. However, early in the New Year, Charlie Campagna sent me a drawing of a project he was working on, and it got me very excited indeed. It was a bold project, which I am very pleased not only came to fruition, but was very warmly received. Charlies scratted bone Ancient Barlow has filled my pocket more frequently than any other knife in 2015. Its my knife of the year, and one I know I will carry many more times in the years to come. Thanks Charlie So, my friends, what was your knife of 2015?