Picture of Simple Belt.
This is a simple belt made from old Tie-Down webbing and a few D-Rings. I experimented with Comic Life, a mac app for writing comics from photo libraries to build the how-to.
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Step 1: Choose webbing and rings.

Picture of choose webbing and rings.

Step 2: Cut and seal webbing. place rings on webbing.

Picture of cut and seal webbing. place rings on webbing.

Step 3: Stitch webbing around 2 d-rings.

Picture of stitch webbing around 2 d-rings.

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ank0ku8 years ago
wow. I was just thinking about what to do with some scrap straps I found in my Drama Club supply room

Thank you!
Neodudeman8 years ago
Sweet! That's So Cool!
pt9 years ago
nice work - i love comic life.
I made my own belt out of 1-1/2" seatbelt nylon (stolen from an old car seat), some 1-1/2 velcro, and something I don't know what it's called but its a link of chain in the form of a C with threads on the end for a nut. Actuall my wife sewed it together for me, but I told her what I wanted. The black seatbelt looks a lot more stylish ( I can wear it out in public) and the chain link is barely visible. I thought about making it like this one, but I think the velcro works better.
colin9 years ago
Incidentally. If you want to see the full high-res versions of the pics then you can click on the letter "i" in the upper left corner, then click on "large" in the left hand column, and then finally click on the image itself. It makes it a lot easier to read the text.
flywoodkb9 years ago
A photo how-toon! Neato. I'm gonna check out that Comic Life.