Continued from the previous blog post...
I tied a 13 lead 4 bight Turk's head knot, doubled using about 11 feet of red paracord, around the Mora knife sheath, , with a removable 3" x 1/4" firesteel blank under part of the knot where it is held in place.
I recommend a ranger band or grip tape first around the sheath, so that the paracord knot work over it stays firmly in place once the knot is tightened.
The firesteel blank has a 5 lead 4 bight turk's head knot at one end, tied with glow-in-the-dark cord which is epoxied in place.
I tied and tightened the TH knot directly over the firesteel, but I think it'd be easier to get in and out if a short length of tubing were used as a sleeve for the firesteel, maybe scavenging a length of a pen or marker body.
As it's tied, the firesteel is not going to accidentally slip out from under the paracord, but sliding it back in takes some work with wiggling it back and forth to its secured position...
Here's a link to a previous blog post where I tucked a firesteel under a two bight knot tied around a sheath.