Sew Strapping

Sew Mama Sew’s Handmade Holiday starts our Saturday off with Day 10 – Ties and Belts!  Head on over there and get sewing!  Hmmm…being that I will have some nice button-down collared shirts in my upcoming wholesale boys’ clothing line, now I’m wondering if perhaps I should also add a few neckties…

Belts are a whole ‘nother subject…when someone says, “belt,” I immediately think of the threat of a Cat o’ Nine Tail.  Never was I the recipient of such a beating (nor did we own one).  However, as a child, my parents’ threats kept me in line (well, most of the time).

Additional Tie and Scarf Tutorials

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Sam Hober’s Necktie Instructions

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Ben Fold Seven’s Tie Tutorial

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DIY’s Machine Sewn Scarf

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DIY’s Woven Scarf

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DIY’s Shaggy Scarf

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Family Girl’s Scrap Scarf

Additional Belt Tutorials

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J. Caroline Creative’s Grosgrain Ribbon Belt

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Bellalugosi’s Quick Elastic Belt Idea on Craftzine

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Benedikta’s Fabric Flower Belt on BurdaStyle

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Craftlog’s Button Belt

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Needlebook’s Ribbon Belt

And for the Indie crowd:

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Industructables’ Seat Belt Belt

How to Make Belt Loops from eHow.com

Back to the Sewing Room

Today I’m going to skip the idea of making any belts or ties as I have other requests from my unrelenting darling son…another Jedi cape–of course with hood and sleeves!  Oh, and I thought the Star Wars’ figurines were 5 inches…but no…they’re only 3 3/4 inches…ugh, ugh, ugh!!!  After that I plan to finish a waistband on a skirt and perhaps revisit the dreaded silk baby jacket.  And tonight I REALLY need to tidy up my sewing room–or else Clean Sweep will be making a visit!

Happy Sewing!

lisasiggie

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Comments

  1. Thanks for all the additional tutorials. This whole thing is such a great idea!

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  1. [...] Scroll down to the very end. If you’re interested in how to make neckties, here’s what she found. Neither method is the way I do it. I don’t, officially, know how to make them, just what [...]

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