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How to Make a Watch Wrap

Apr 29, 2012
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Turning up the fashion quotient on a watch is super easy. The key is to create a new fabric watch band that looks more like a fashion cuff or scarf. This project from Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 1 is a great way to revive a watch you no longer wear, or to replace a band with something to be noticed. All you need is a watch face with pins on the sides, and a soft, floaty fabric of your choice. You decide the length of thestrap you want and how you want to tie it on. Whether you like a girly bow, a smart laced-up look, or a short and sleek wrap, you’ll end up with a watch band you’ll be proud to show off.

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