- The stylish Handmade Waist Belt was customized for ladies and it is made of high quality materials, durable enough for your daily wearing
- You may personalize your wearing style with this stylish Beaded Waist Belt and great looking and well-made waist belt is an absolute must for your wardrobe
- This waist belt will be a perfect gift idea for your sweetheart, your friends, families and yourself as well that will bring much fashion and beauty with you
- This waist belt is fit for those whose bust is 100cm/39.4in below
- Material: Cotton & Wood
- Color: Blue & Coffee
- Total Length: 175cm/68.9in
- Main Chain Length: 70cm/27.6in
- Width: 7cm/2.8in
- The stylish Women Waist Belt was customized for ladies. It is made of high quality materials, durable enough for your daily wearing
- You may personalize your wearing style with this stylish Women Waist Belt. Great looking and well-made Women Waist Belt is an absolute must for your wardrobe
- This Beaded Waist Belt is made of high quality material, durable enough for a long time using
- The fashionable Women Waist Belt is narrow style and can be stretched so as to fit most people. The Women Waist Belt can be worn at the waist or at the buttocks
- This Women Waist Belt is in excellent condition and can match any cloth and any occasion
How to Make a Waist Belt:
Belts, which are normally used to hold up overlarge trousers, have recently become popular as purely decorative fashion pieces. In women's fashion, dramatically thin mini-belts and thick waist-cinching belts are worn over dresses and shirts to accentuate the natural waist and give shape to loose-fitting garments. Often, decorative belt buckles are worn with these waist belts to draw the eye to the narrowest part of the body. You can create your own simple, fashionable belt using any style of fabric you like.
- Take your waist measurement and add 7 inches to it. On a double layer of your fabric, draw out a rectangle that is as long as this measurement and as wide as you would like your belt to be. plus 1 inch. Cut the two rectangles from the fabric, then taper one of the short ends into a point. Cut an identical rectangle from the fusible interfacing and iron it to the wrong side of a fabric rectangle.
- Lay the two rectangles together, right sides touching. Pin the rectangles together around both long edges and the flat short edge. Stitch all the way around the rectangles, a half-inch from the edges, leaving the pointed edge open. Trim the seam allowances to a quarter-inch, then turn the rectangle right side out through that open edge and press it flat.
- Turn the edges of the pointed end under, so the raw edges are hidden, and pin them down. Topstitch a quarter-inch from the folded edges, then continue topstitching all the way around the rectangle.
- Take the flat, short end of the rectangle and fold it around the back of the belt buckle, creating a loop that holds the buckle onto the belt. Topstitch this piece down just along the edge, making a loop that is about 1 inch long. You can also instead add snaps, if you would like to be able to easily remove the belt buckle later.
- Mark out hole placement on the back side of the belt, starting at the pointed end. Make hole markings with the fabric pencil about a half-inch apart, all the way to the point where the belt fits you. Use an awl to create holes at these markings.
- Place your grommet die on top of a block of wood, and push the protruding piece of the grommet through the back side of one of your belt holes. Lay the grommet on the die, protruding side up, and place a washer piece on top of it. Put the grommet punch through the grommet and hit it firmly with the mallet several times, until the grommet folds up and adheres to the fabric. Repeat this step on all holes.