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MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES

One long strip of left over fabric, about the length of your waist plus 8 or so inches, and roughly double-and-a-half the width you prefer for your belt.

You’ll also need two rings of the same size that can be made out of anything, including metal, wood, and ceramics.

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STEP ONE

Iron the fabric strip, right sides facing, and then sew lengthwise and turn inside out.

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STEP TWO

Turn the edges in and sew/finish them. Iron flat. At this point you can add top stitching along the length of the belt if you wish.

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STEP THREE

Take one end of the belt and add both rings together, side by side. Loop the fabric end into both rings and sew over to the back side flat. Viola! You can now try on your belt.

+ Lina Rennell