Tag Archives: beltmaking

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the Belts

Aren’t they fun? So, I decided this month that I was going to tackle making each and every belt and buckle kitClick here to view the full post »

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Happiness Comes Wrapped in a Package

I’ve been busily doing some inventory, purchasing and redoing some packaging for the shop. I thought I would dropClick here to view the full post »

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the Belt Kit Belt

Today I’m going to be showing you how to make a belt from a belt and buckle kit. I’m a “kit”Click here to view the full post »

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How to Apply an Eyelet

Eyelets are that one thing that can make your belt look professional and fabulous or homemade and pitiful. If you’Click here to view the full post »

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Hand-Covering a Buckle

There are typically instructions that come with hand-cover belt buckles but, just in case there aren’t with yoursClick here to view the full post »

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Anything-But-Basic Belt

The title of this post was originally going to be “the Basic Belt” but there are so many ways that you canClick here to view the full post »

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Getting Belt Backing to Behave

If you’ve ever sewn a belt from a vintage belt making kit, you’ll know that sometimes that belting has beenClick here to view the full post »

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Beltmaking – Toolkit

Fellow Stitchers – meet the beltmaking hardware! Yay! I’m pretty excited to show you some really funClick here to view the full post »

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Beltmaking – Eyelets & Snaps

Today I wanted to talk about the closures on belts. I know the buckle plays a key role in this, but I wanted those toClick here to view the full post »

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Beltmaking – Belting

Oh friends! Last week was the crux of a big project that I was working on so, my sincerest apologies for tantalizingClick here to view the full post »

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Beltmaking – Buckles

For my beltmaking series, I thought it would be good to get a feel for all of the elements of a belt, so to start I&#Click here to view the full post »

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Beltmaking Party!

It’s high time that I showed you how to make some fabulous belts and give you some tips and tutorials onClick here to view the full post »