I used about 4 feet of navy blue paracord for the neck lanyard, adding a safety break-away buckle/clasp, with the paracord ends sewn at the attachment points, with about 3/4" of the inner strands pulled out from each side and trimmed, and then the sheath pulled back over them before sewing the paracord back to itself. The longer neck lanyard length allows it to be worn over the outside of a jacket/parka in cooler weather. I tied a couple of 0.9mm cord sliding Gaucho knot beads to the lanyard for adjustment.
I used 12 feet of reflective paracord, for the woven wrap, similar to the ones I've tied for pouches/can koozies/water bottle wraps. The start of the wrap is just above the neck lanyard, integrating it so that it doesn't slide/pull down off the sheath. The wrap can be removed and re-purposed should it be needed for other tasks.
The reflective paracord looks to me to be between a red and orange color, from a Supply Captain 3lb mystery box of paracord(random assorted lengths/colors/remnants), a gift from knot tying friend, Manny
I tucked a 1/8" x 2" firesteel on the backside of the sheath, for an alternative fire starting method, and it's snug to the point that I'm sure it's not going to accidentally fall out.
On the bolster of the knife, I added three pass Spanish ring and Gaucho knots, in white and black 0.9mm cord. There's a tiny bit of lip with the blade being slightly wider than the tapered bolster, so the knots will stay in place, although I think I should give them a coat of super glue or epoxy, to protect from blood(probably my own, lol), fish guts, or whatnot.
The knots on the handle don't interfere with the fit of the knife in the sheath, but I may add a retention loop to the sheath, since the friction fit doesn't provide a lot of confidence in how secure it is...