Learn how to make a paracord belt and have a practical fashion item with survival uses, handy!
This paracord utility belt design is often known as the Slatt’s rescue belt. This design can be made with adjustable metal buckles which is great for tactical situations.
Now for the faux leather fabric and a little bit of sewing. Fold the fabric in half. Our finished belt is about 48¨ long.
3 Configurations, left to right: the basic wheel, slack belt grinding, and a platen grinding setup…
Harley Quinn suit from the game is available in full form. It is made of vinyl and polyester material and the package contains Corset, Top, Skirt, Choker, Gloves, Belt, Headpiece, and Eye Mask.
Thread the (TL) then tighten. And repeat. Continue this process until your belt is long enough to fit around your waist.
Make sure to twist them clockwise so that the running end is facing towards you.
Head on over to Oriental Trading for crafting supplies to make your family a Championship Belt! Shhhh, don’t tell them what you are making. It’s a great surprise!
Were you a huge fan of the leather floor mat idea but you just don’t have anywhere to put something like that right now? Then check out this alternative project that will get you a similar visual effect, just in a different place! Thistlewood Farms teaches you how to create a belt strip table top that looks stately and strongly elegant when it’s all finished.
12. Metal Belt: Metal is such a funky and cool material to work with. This belt is a great starter for metal DIY newbies. The tutorial walks you through each step so you end up with a belt your friends will be talking about. (via A Pair & A Spare)
Cork Board Storage MDF moulding + peg board + fabric + peg board hooks + baskets + screen clips + staple gun
What you’re really looking for is a discreet travel pouch that sits well against your body, not something that grabs the eye and catches a thief’s attention.
I’ve been meaning to make a leather obi belt for just about forever! But I’ve been putting it off because my sewing machine doesn’t like leather much.
Last, but definitely not least a gorgeous DIY rolling tool chest. Geekwoodworker has really outdone himself in this totally custom tool organizer. Idea submitted by Geekwoodworker on lumberjocks (additional photos).