I was blithely and happily ignorant of Blueberry burlap until two days ago when I spy a beauty of a little Solo in the Marketplace. Oh My The Solo was a model that I had not previously considered obtaining - just "too small," or so I always thought. Well, regardless, I had to have that handle and just hoped I would like the lil' beauty in hand. Boy do I ever! The blueberry is out of this world - can't stop looking at it. And this was one of those cases where my well-considered thoughts regarding a model and size were incorrect. Very incorrect. This little beauty fits in-pocket like a dream and definitely cuts bigger that 2.75". I thought the handle a "tad chunky." Again, so very wrong. It is a diminutive knife - and the "chunky" handle (which looks much more elegant in hand) makes it easy to hold onto and manipulate in use. Sometimes you just gotta hold and use to fully "get it." But that blueberry? Did I yet say I like blueberry? And it is not just me. Everyone in my family thinks it the most handsome knife handle I have yet showed them (and there have been "a few"). I have admired from afar the few Starry Nights that have come up (ever so briefly before being swiftly grabbed) but have been unsure whether the material would appeal in hand. Now I am pretty sure I have to have one of those, too! - and then I am told about other "family" "micarta's" such as Brisket Rub and Tsunami. I hit the search engine and now find that I have more knives to hunt down . . . . Thank you Fiddleback Forge! (I think) Pic to follow momentarily. If anyone is so inclined - please post your pics of FB's in Blueberry/Starry Night/Brisket Rub/Tsunami!