For future fusion reactors, there is a need for the plasma-facing material, tungsten, to be robustly joined to a steel structural component. Although powder-met tungsten is brittle at room temperature, tungsten foils are ductile. A tungsten-steel laminate composite aims to retain the benefits of the ductile tungsten foil while also creating a lasting joint with steel. Tungsten foils in thicknesses 250, 100, and 25 µm and grade 92 steel foils in nominal thicknesses 250, 100, and 76 µm were obtained. The composite was fabricated by forging and hot rolling the foils at 1000°C. The best behavior was found in the section of the composite with 100 µm tungsten and steel foils, which did not exhibit cracking or foil separation after rolling. The boundary phases were investigated with energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy and mechanical properties with shear punch testing.