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In this instructable I'm going to show you how to make a belt out of an old bike tube. This is a very easy last minute gift idea. My uncle loves fixi...
Stuff you need: old bike tube (one with a 4 cm width works best) sewing machine thick yarn (I used the type you use for leather) belt...
Before you start you will have to cut the valve off and wash the tube. The best way to do so is with soapy water. Then measure your bike tube and cut ...
To help holding the excess belt in place I used a small piece of the tube and stitched it together as shown in the first picture. I found out that the...
Before punching the holes, I used a marker to mark the right spot. I used 5 mm holes, because they worked best with the belt buckles I used. I used P...
Cut a strip to the correct width to fit the flash (e.g. Transcend Ultra-Slim Metallic Flash Drive) drive between two stitches. I used a racing bicycle...
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