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August 04, 2008



Well done Jess. Since I'm not quite wearing belts again, I think I'll use your technique for making Jake a new guitar strap. Thank you for the great tutorial.

Heidi Elliott

Great tut! BTW, Sew Mama Sew is having a Create & Celebrate blog entry (http://sewmamasew.com/blog2/?p=535). You could submit this wonderful tut ;)

I could use a new camera strap. I think I will try it out using your instructions. Thanks!

Doris at Threads of Conversation

Thanks again for the great tutorial! Love the ideas!


awesome job, you!


Thanks for the tutorial! I have to make one of those for my daughter--she'll flip!


These belts are beautiful! I'm not much of a sewer but I think you've inspired me to try!


Those are just lovely! Unfortunately, I'm afraid of belts...maybe someday I'll dare to tuck, but for now it's all about the tunic-length tops for me. Ugh! I have a friend who'd love something like this, though. Christmas gift?? Hmm...

scott at Blue Nickel Studios

great tutorial, Jess! Your pictures are great examples!

Amy @ parkcitygirl

Super cute & a great tutorial! Thanks for sharing :)


I'm looking forward to trying this out! Really cute!


This is such a fantastic tutorial! I'll be including this in this afternoon's Daily DIY! I can't wait to make some myself as well!

Denise Felton

This tute SO rocks. My readers are going to love it! I've scheduled a link to your post to go live on my blog early Sunday morning (Central USA time). Thank you so much for making this resource available.



wonderful tut I love it!! have tons of scraps of fun fabrics now I know how to use them!! too fun! thanks a bunch!! Hugs Linda


What is your source for the belt buckles?


I LOVE LOVE LOVE the one with the dark buckle. I can't wait to try my hand at it.

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