I'm making Folding knives sheats and cases

As some of you may've saw in the Intruduction section I'm into leatherwork for several years now. And being knife nut it is natural to make some sheats and cases. For now I'm only making these for folding knives. Here are some pictures of my work, I do make custom requests. You can find me, with my user name, on etsy, amazon and nikolovleather.com

so, now the pics, I won't explain them now if you've got any questions - I'll be happy to answer.

The pictures above were some of my first works, here are some more recent. You can find me in several web sites, including my own, but since I'm not sure that posting them here isn't braking the rules - you can just google my user name.

Hey guys, haven't posted for a while. The website on the first post is not working anymore, I have too much leatherwork to do and don't have time for it. And I'm one of those types - I can do it in the best way possible, anybody else will mess it up... Soo, for now the only place my work can be seen is on Etsy - https://www.etsy.com/shop/NikolovLeatherCo
Here are pictures of some of the things I've made in the past months. Hope you like them, and if you have any questions you can message me at nikolovleather@gmail.com

Some multitool pouches. This one has my Leatherman wave in it.

Closed top pancake sheath for Spyderco Paramilitary 2.

Belt loop sheaths for Spyderco Endura 4.

The pocket sheath for Esse Izula 2 I've already posted here, but this time in black.

Belt loop leather sheath for the Esse Izula 2.

Belt loop sheaths for Spyderco Para 3.

Some more belt loop sheaths for Buck 110 / 112

At last but not at least - pancake leather sheath for Esse Izula 2. I am really glad of the way this one turned out to be. If you put it on the belt one way and the knife handle will be towards your right - making it suitable for right hand users. Take it off, flip it and the handle faces your left, making it suitable for left handed users. This is possible because of the mirror design on the belt holes.