How To Make A DIY Fabric D-Ring Belt

By Fiskars

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ITEM # 4465883P12

How To Make A DIY Fabric D-Ring Belt

By Fiskars

ITEM # 4465883P12

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Fiskars® Bent Scissors
  • 24"x36" cutting mat
  • Square Acrylic Ruler (Set-12.5"x12.5" & 6.6"x6.6")
  • 1-1/2" metal D-rings (2)
  • Fabric
  • Iron & pressing surface
  • Sewing machine
  • Basic sewing supplies

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Using the Fiskars Bent Scissors, cut a 6" wide strip of fabric.
  2. For the length, add 2" to the desired finished belt length.
  3. Fold the fabric strip in half and press with an iron.
  4. Unfold the creased fabric strip and fold one side in to almost reach the middle line and press with an iron.
  5. Repeat the fold on the other side.
  6. Fold the strip in half again and press with an iron.
  7. Unfold one end of the strip and fold in 1/4" of fabric and press with an iron.
  8. Refold the end of the strip and press.
  9. Top stitch around entire strip with a sewing machine.
  10. On the unfinished end of the belt, fold over 1/2" of fabric.
  11. Fold that over another 1-1/4", inserting two 1-1/2" metal D-rings.
  12. Stitch two lines to secure closed.

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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:


DIRECTIONS:

  1. Using the Fiskars Bent Scissors, cut a 6" wide strip of fabric.
  2. For the length, add 2" to the desired finished belt length.
  3. Fold the fabric strip in half and press with an iron.
  4. Unfold the creased fabric strip and fold one side in to almost reach the middle line and press with an iron.
  5. Repeat the fold on the other side.
  6. Fold the strip in half again and press with an iron.
  7. Unfold one end of the strip and fold in 1/4" of fabric and press with an iron.
  8. Refold the end of the strip and press.
  9. Top stitch around entire strip with a sewing machine.
  10. On the unfinished end of the belt, fold over 1/2" of fabric.
  11. Fold that over another 1-1/4", inserting two 1-1/2" metal D-rings.
  12. Stitch two lines to secure closed.