I have given you a first list of DIY Beltsbut I encountered 11+ more when I searched for other craft ideas to write about. So here we have more belt crafts for you to check out and make. The** DIY belts** we have here range from very easy to somewhat difficult; there is a project here for you no matter your sewing or crafting skill level. Enjoy!
1 Eyelet Anthro Knock-off
How pretty is this eyelet belt? This was inspired by an Anthropologie belt that cost a pretty penny. Why buy when you can DIY? To help us, we have this fantastic tutorial by Christie. Not only will this tutorial help you make this belt, it will also teach you a tea dying trick.
This DIY belt tutorial is not for the simple "tie scarf into a belt" maneuver; it will actually teach you how to transform a scarf into a functional belt. Aside from the scarf, you will need a buckle and fabric scraps for this project. Guess what? This tutorial is Anthro-inspired, too.
I gave you a bow belt tutorial from Casey in our previous DIY list but I had to include her here as well. Why? Because the tutorial after the link is a fantastic way to make your very own fabulous belts! I love this how-to, obviously, because it's a great way to make use of fabric scraps.
Here is a nautical DIY belt that is easy and fun to make. The great thing about this is that you can use any fun knot that you like. As long as you end up with two rope strands at the end of your knot, you're good to go. Check out the link for the rest of the tutorial.
Here is a DIY belt tutorial that I am most definitely saving and following one of these days. If you have always wanted to make an obi style belt, this fun how-to by Mimi G. got you covered. There's a video, too.
This is DIY belt is very pretty, isn't it? I love textures that remind me of flowers so this is my favorite from this DIY list. To make this belt, you will need to cut many "petal" pieces. You then hand sew them to a ribbon and you're done!
The previous** DIY belt** list also had a rhinestone idea. This particular tutorial, however, will not require a rhinestone buckle. The only materials needed for this craft project are ribbon, hot glue, and rhinestones.