A man needs to protect his tool
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Step 1: Make a Cobra Weave Bat
The same way you make a paracord bracelet, you make a cobra weave bar.
The cobra weave bar will be used as main structure for the pouch.
Step 3: Length
Make sure the cobra weave bar is long enough to wrap it around the tool perimiter, minus one side to be left open as the pouch mouth.
Step 4: Side Walls
With a paracord lacing needle, weave to side of the pouch, in and out as shown om the picture.
Step 5: Side Walls
Keep weaving from the mouth of the pouch, to the bottom, then cross to the other side and proceede weaving from bottom to top.
Step 6: Adjusting
Step 7: Fitting
place the tool inside the pouch, adjust the side weaving by loosening or tightening as needed to assure a smooth fit.
Step 8: Finishing
Tie the ends of the side weaving, trim any excess and use a lighter to melt the ends.
Step 9: Et Voila!
surprisingly, it also fits the Gerber Dime Multi tool