We Love Moms :: Wrap Belt

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Has your mom always been way into fashion? Maybe she was the type of mom who had all the cool vintage clothes that you coveted as a youngster? We’ll, we’ve got a project that will help you add to her style-savvy collection. Giselle LaFrance’s Wrap Belt is a project that is easy to complete in just a few hours and it will add a bit of fashion flair to any outfit.

Giselle owns and operates a snazzy little sewing studio called The Atelier Stitch in the heart of the Arts District in Portland, ME. If you’re in the area, why not bring mom in for a sewing lesson or two?

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Materials List
3/8 yard Belt Fabric
One 20″ piece + one 20″ + waist measurement of belt tie material (bias tape, rope, leather, lace, ribbon…)
3/8 yard Pellon® 808 Craft-Fuse™ (enough for two belts)
1-1/2 yards Pellon® 810 Tru-Grid™ (optional)
Carbon Paper
Graph Paper
Tape
Pencil or Pen

Tools List
Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
Clear Ruler
Tracing Wheel

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here.

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We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

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About Giselle:
Giselle hails from the great state of Maine where she works from her beautiful studio in the heart of Portland’s Arts district. Her passion is creating industrial fashion and accessories melded with elements of fantasy.

Find Giselle Online:
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To learn more, check out Giselle’s designer profile.

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