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Cut your fabric. I typically chop this off the end of a piece of fabric on the cross-grain – but you can go with cross grain or straight grain. You’ll need to cut a rectangular piece that is triple the width of the belt backing (example: for 1″ wide belting, cut a 3″ wide piece) and that is also 2 inches longer than the length of your belting.


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