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If you have been dreaming of ways to make a vintage style belt with eyelets, here are step by step directions for one way of doing it. For more beltmaking goodness and supplies you can purchase to make your own, visit my blog & shop: Blog { http://www.afashionablestitch.com/tag/beltmaking/ } Shop { http://shop.afashionablestitch.com/category/belt-making-supplies }. Today I’m going to be showing you how to make a belt from a belt and buckle kit. I’m a “kit” freak – I really love it when things come packaged in a handy dandy kit. It’s just one of those crazy fetishes I have. Belt and buckle kits are no exception here. I have a collection of what seems like a trillion and of course, I sell ‘em in my shop: { http://shop.afashionablestitch.com/category/belt-making-supplies }. Let’s get started.

Technique Materials

I’ll be making up the most popular selling belt and buckle kit in my shop { http://shop.afashionablestitch.com/product/belt-buckle-kit-1-rounded-square }. The interesting thing about this particular kit is that you have to use the prong and eyelets in order for it to work. Let’s go over what’s typically included in a belt and buckle kit first. You should have the following: ✂ Belt Backing ✂ Premade or hand cover buckle ✂ Adhesive pattern for hand cover buckle ✂ Prong ✂ Eyelets ✂ Eyelet Washers (optional and included in Fashionable Stitch kits)

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    Apr 20, 2016, 09.17 AMby davisjohnny

    Great work

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    Mar 23, 2016, 04.38 AMby Drakeluiz

    This looks like a really nice add to most of your dull looking dresses. I did love this colour. It can be made according to your taste and fabric. Just try practicing in a cheap fabric first before you do it on to costlier ones. ::: dish network channels :::

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