I finally had some free time and sat down and did some leather-work. This took me about 1 hour. (I bet I could knock the next one out in 25 minutes now that I know what I'm doing)
I don't have any tools (Except the cheap wheel punch, DON'T GET A CHEAP ONE, get a decent one, trust me on this LOL).
A good sharp knife, some sinew (Or in this case synthetic sinew) a needle, a little emery to clean the edges and your good to go. And don't forget the coffee.
Just finished up. (Still need to oil it). I used a simple button toggle on it. (Wife didn't get too mad about the cutting board eather LOL).
Ignore the axe, it's nothing special and in bad shape, but it has special meaning to me so I keep it around. Really need to work on it a bit and restore it.
My middle boy (13 Year old) saw it and wanted to finish the old sheath we had been working on but I could not find the parts, so we tabled that one. So he built this one himself, (I only helped a little with cutting the leather).
Very simple and very effective.