Reversible Lace Belt


Although I found this intriguing lace belt tutorial by Toni of Make It Perfect quite awhile ago, I hadn’t tried it yet . . . until my gift of lace inspired me to hop to it! Along with the lace, I used a strip of the denim from the tote bag in the same post and a strip of the floral cloth ribbon from my spiral zipper wristlet. I made a few adjustments to the instructions based on the widths of the materials I had at hand, but it was just as fun and easy as Toni said. I can’t wait to make more! β™₯

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  1. I made a few last summer for my Shop some with Linen and Lace and some with various other fabrics….but didn’t think of Jeans!!! They look great

  2. Your work is inspiring! I really need to get a sewing machine already.
    PS – I’ve just nominated you for the One Lovely Blog Award! You can choose to accept or decline but I wanted to let you know how great I think your blog is. Though I can see from your side bar that you already got this one. Consider it double flattery!

    • That is SO sweet of you! To show my appreciation, I’ve put a big THANK YOU on the *lovely* button you gave me in my sidebar . . . plus, when readers click on it, it links back to you! Thanks a million! And I really enjoy your blog, too! πŸ™‚

  3. I’m not a belt lover (hate things around my waist) but this is just lovely – very professionally finished! Love the detail on the tongue (the end that goes through the buckle) mnd I’m always interested in lace. Thank you for another lovely idea!

    • Thank you for the lovely compliments! πŸ™‚ I finished the ends a bit differently than in the tutorial (turned them inside instead of turning them under) so it would look the same on both sides. I haven’t worn it yet, though . . . it may end up being a gift to one of the girls in the family. πŸ™‚

  4. You are AWESOME! I have a ton of belts from the 80s that were my moms when she was a lot skinnier than I am. I thought I could use them for a purse, or an ipad cover… THANK YOU for the inspiration. I have a few projects to finish first, but Ill be sure to share them when I’m done. SO AWESOME! Thank you again!

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