All you need is fruit scraps, water, honey, a large jar, a paper towel and an elastic band. Last year I made vinegar from pear scraps and apple scraps. I will do apple vinegar again in about a month.
In three weeks or sooner if mold appears it is time for the next step. Skim off any mold and drain the liquid out of the jars into a temporary container. Now put the liquid back into the jars and cover the same way as before and place back into the dark place and let it finish turning into vinegar for 6 more weeks.
NOTE: I like to strain the liquid again before it goes back into the jars through many layers of cheese cloth to get rid of a lot of the sediment.
I'll post pictures as it is time for the rest of the vinegar making steps.