Have you ever gotten sticker shock when you saw the price tag on that
harness that you saw in the store? Yup, I mean the kind of harnesses that us queer and kinky folk us when we want a little strap on action. Maybe it's time to learn how to make
your own. Btw, there's nothing explicit here, it's what you do with your toys that's a little on the rowdy side.
Step 1: Gather your tools
You will need:
One pointy tool (knife or awl)
snap setting anvil
Step 2: Anvil
This is the avil, the smooth side is for the round part of the snaps you will be setting. The other side is for setting the snap that interlocks with that snap.
Step 3: Gather materials
One two inch side release buckle
Four One inch side release buckles
One steel ring whatever size bust fits the toys you usually use. Mine is a two inch.
At least six pairs of snaps. You are likely to mess some up so have extras.
Nine or ten rivets. (you can use snaps here too, but since you don't need to adjust these points, I used rivets.
One skinny used bike tube
One fat bike tube.
Step 4: Snaps
These are your snaps. The first picture is the smooth side pair which you set using the sooth side of the anvil in step three. The second picture is the opposite pair which you set using the side of the anvil in picture two of step three. I promise I will get to the construction details in a moment.
Step 5: How to set snaps
To set snaps, you will poke a hole through the materials to be joined and inset the snap post through the hole. Lay the top part of the snap on over the post and put the whole thing on the proper side of the anvil as illustrated in 3 and 5. Place the setting tool on top of the post with the nubbin down and centered. Hit the anvil with the hammer as needed until the snap is secure.