I received a few new items from County Comm a couple weeks back and spent some time trying different things, and after some trial and error, I finally have some knot work on each of them.
I added a paracord handle wrap to the new C.E.R.T. Bar, a modified version of their Breacher Bar with a gas shut off wrench.
I started by doing common whipping with gutted navy blue paracord around the grip area, then tied a Gaucho knot with a long gutted length of neon green paracord, using a 20 foot long piece to work with, since I wasn't sure exactly what I was going to tie or how much I'd need.
After tightening up the Gaucho knot, I continued with the same strand and did some stair step stitching down the center of the common whipping wrap, then tied a Spanish ring knot over the top end of the whipping.
Continuing again with the same strand, I did more stair step stitching on the other side of the handle back toward the Gaucho knot, tucking and trimming the ends to finish. I actually only ended up using about 6 feet of the neon green paracord, so fiddling with all that extra is just how it is sometimes.
I also added a short loop of paracord with a lanyard knot to the bar's lanyard hole, for a little finger loop retention, or just hanging the tool up on a peg board, hook, or nail in the wall for storage..
The new Maratac AAA Rev 3 flashlight got a Gaucho knot tied around it with another leftover piece of leather lace. The glow diffuser that comes with the light lets it work like a lantern, and since it glows-in-the-dark, you can even read by it after you turn the light off.
The 2" and 3" Titanium Widgy Bars with a satin finish are nice little EDC key chain pry tools. I added a 0.9mm black cord common whipping wrap to the Pico, then tied a white 0.9mm cord Gaucho knot over that.
And for the 3" Micro, I used some 1.4mm orange cord to tie a Spanish ring knot, then tightly coiled a wrap down for a short length before tying another Spanish ring knot.
I may go back and see if I can do some stitching with 0.9mm cord, but I may have to loosen up the wraps to be able to work a lacing needle around them.
Breacher Bar with kydex sheath, and the C.E.R.T. Bar fits just fine in the sheath.