This is my first try at making a leather sheath. Up to now, I have only ever dabbled with leathercraft; often fashioning bits and pieces to repair an item or fooling around were my only accomplishments. I have been spending quite a bit of time watching videos and reading up on the best way to go about making sheaths for blades. After spending a little money to obtain the proper tools, I set off at trying to make a sheath for the Don Llewellyn bird and trout blank (@Valkman) I purchased from him a while ago... I had to pretty much guess at a few things, but I paid attention to the instruction I absorbed, which made this a whole lot easier. This may be my very first sheath, but it is made to last. I wanted to make it black, and I knew the only dye to use was Fiebing's Professional Oil Dye. I used Fiebing's Mink Oil to finish the leather, and on the belt loop I used some Fiebing's Acrylic Resoline to give a smooth surface to the underside of the leather and to protect it. The skull stamp is a generic one, but it suits me fine since I am not sure I will ever have a custom stamp made any time soon. It came out beautifully. The stitching is nice and tight, and the firesteel holder works perfectly. The knife sits in the sheath by friction, and I can shake it around upside down without it falling out. I made the weld to fit, and the blade seats home every time. I have a video I am rendering to cover most of the process, located on my YT channel.