I have found the LM Rebar's leather sheath to be a great way to carry a SAK farmer and a 1×AAA flashlight.
These to items do not use the hole space in the otherwise tiny sheath, so I have carried a shortened ferro rod in the bottom for a while. The ferro rod is rolled in ducttape to avoid scratching. But there was more space in the tiny sheath and so more stuff was added...
... just for the fun of it
I know a lot of survival stuff is missing (navigation, water desinfection,... etc.).
Here is the sheath and the complete content:
Ferro rod (8mm thick, shortened so it sits tight in the bottom and needs counter squezzing for removal).
10 feet of 50 pound braided fishing line.
6 fishing hooks in different small sizes (stored in a drinking straw with ducttape closure).
2 tinder tabs (soaked micro cotton balls in sealed drinking straws).
Stucked in bottom of the sheath. Extra ducttape was added to keep it together.
The Farmer and flashlight sitting on top of the bottom contents
With a pocket clip on the flashlight, you can safely pull out the SAK without fear of loosing the flashlight
What do I use it for ?
but its a fun little project with small survival kits. For camping trips I like having some redundancies on my person (knife, flashlight, ferro rod). If I decide to take a short trip to the lokal bush or beach on the way home from work ... then I only need my steel water bottle to have some fun making wild tea, cooking wild plants or other similar small projects.
Something like this (older photo):