Added Dec 3, 2011
Salt Lake City, ...
Optional tip: Tired of belts that won’t stay in place? Here’s a tip. Try your belt on and hold in place, pin mark the inside of the overlap belting and a corresponding section of the under belt that’s near the buckle. Add a sew-on snap to the pin markings. To be able to wear your belt over thicker and thinner fabrics add a corresponding snap piece to each side of the original snap, about 1/4″ – 1/2″ away from each other.
And there you go friends! Have fun making your Anything-But-Basic Belt!
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