The sheath of a japanese knife making
May 8 is the Parent's Day in South Korea.
Under the tarp, I make a sheath
that I have put off.
I've put more work into it,
because it is made for
the knife of a friend.
This knife was produced by Hattori,
japanese brand that got known
as an expert at Damascus steel.
Its traditional japanese wooden sheath
is unhandy to carry about.
Simple, lightweight, recycled. :)
This leather comes out from
a dumping sofa.
I add two rivet for a safety device.
Two snap buttons hold the knife tightly.
The thicker leather is, the better it will be.
But I have no leather thicker than this.