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How to Sew a Flattering Studded Leather Belt

Flatter your waistline with this quick-to-sew belt made from leather and studs found in Quick Stuff to Sew, Vol. 3. Cal Patch shows you how easy it is to cut and sew leather to create a chic accessory that will carry you from season to season.

This project looks complex but is actually quick and easy. The beauty of working with leather is that it doesn’t fray, so you can leave the cut edges exposed. Make it in a metallic leather, as shown here, or in a bright suede for an eye-catching accessory. Just make sure your leather is lightweight so it feeds through your machine easily.

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