I used the last of my dark brown leather cord for this one, cutting 3 six foot lengths of the 2mm round leather cord, the centers of the cords looped onto a snap hook, tying a lanyard knot with two pairs of the cord ends, pulling the third pair through the center of the knot before tightening.
I tied a 3 strand flat braid with the three pairs(6 ends) for about 18 inches(also shown in 'The Book of Decorative Knots' by Peter Owen), looping one pair around the Niteize S-Biner, and tying a lanyard knot with the other two pairs with the pair from the S-Biner up through the middle of that knot before tightening.
Then taking the pair from the S-Biner and one of the other pairs to tie a second lanyard knot, which secured the loop pair, with the remaining pair through the center of that knot. And finally tying a third lanyard knot with two pairs, then the remaining pair through the center of that knot, and trimmed/tucked all the ends.
This one may work for use as a wallet lanyard, or for a pocket knife, flashlight, multitool, or maybe a pocket watch...
Another flat braided lanyard tied with 2.4mm nylon cord, and used some doubled up snake knots on one end. The nifty little Victorinox Swiss Army Knife is an Orange Alox Rambler.