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Here's an instant hack for awesome indie cred. All you need is a car seat belt, scissors, a lighter, and something to sew with.
I picked up this burgandy loverestraint at an auto scrap yard for five bucks. I trimmed the ends with scissors, and used a lighter to melt the ends ...
I decided to leave on some extra length in the belt so that I could take the stitches out and resize it if I wanted later. I measured ...
After sewing and checking the fit I was pretty much done, however I found the metal tab was a little too wide to fit through most belt loops. ...
Well, that's it. I'm done. I might make the belt adjustable sometime, but I don't really plan on expanding my waistline in the near future. Now it's time ...
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