Last year, I was given two identical knife kits by a fellow Scouter. They are comprised of a through-tang blade, a guard, a pommel, and a block for the handle. For months they sat on my workbench as kits, but a few months ago I was inspired to start on one.
I decided to make it ergonomic, which involved a lot of trial-and-error sanding with my Dremel--pretty much the whole thing was done with my Dremel using sanding drums or engravers.
A great big thank you goes out to John Sharp, who donated the leather, rivets, tools, and expertise for making the sheath.
This knife will be given to the Scout who completes the most Merit Badges between now and February. I hope it inspires them to work hard!