Making a sheath for a Survive! 4.7. Just covering the prettying up part of it. A friend of mine with much more artsy sense than I do drew this up. The pattern on manilla. Drew my own interpretation of the drawing, considering it has to go on leather. You do not have to be an artist to do this stuff, obviously. Make a photocopy. Sheath blank. Set the adjustable stitch groover for about 1/2" and mark a border. Rejoice in your orderliness. DON'T cut past the halfway mark. Cut the middle line. Photocopy that thing. Don't cut tight to the pattern, you need room to mark the outside. Wet that leather, go have a drink, smoke, or both. Lay it out, prep your trusty red pen. Trace over your pattern carefully. Somewhat tree like, win! Cut your lines in with the swivel knife. Cutting away. Time to start beveling. Using a smooth bevel stamp. In progress.