There's an Old Hickory knife that he'd made a kydex sheath for as well as doing a some additional work on the blade and handle, a neat little flick/auto Boker Magnum pocket knife, and a fixed blade Landi with a Tek Lok and magnet on the kydex sheath for added blade retention.
long two-bight Turk's head knot (11 lead 2 bight tripled) with black paracord around the kydex sheath, then worked in some tan/black combo (Knights?) inside and around that knot before tightening it all up.
I didn't keep track of exactly how much cord I used, but guess around 15 feet or so of the black and a little less of the combo color, so maybe 25 feet which could come in handy in a zombie apocalypse survival situation should I need to untie it and replace a broken bootlace/shoestring, or tie something else up or down.
I left off adding a loop of paracord to the wrap for belt carry, but could go back later and add that, or maybe just use a small carabiner hooked through one of the bights, and tuck the sheath under a belt and then clip the carabiner to a belt loop...
For the Boker, I added some glow-in-the-dark paracord tied with an extended two-strand Matthew Walker knot, and a gutted crimson paracord gaucho knot tied over a wooden bead.
Paul tied the foilage green paracord handle wrap on the Landi, figure eight style with a loop and lanyard/diamond knot finish, and it's nice and tight, so I've left it just as it is. I might could work in some center stitching with 0.9mm sized cord into the pattern...
And a pic of the Old Hickory knife in the kydex sheath before I added the paracord wrap.