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How to make a strap out of fabric (video)

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Yeah! I’m back. We are experiencing a very complex present and it is essential to stay creative. At least that is my greatest urgence, my hands are impatient . I know, it’s time to cultivate patience, but nobody said that we couldn’t be as creative as we wanted within our four walls / our personal space #covid19

So what’s my plan? Well, share my knowledge and try to do it in the simplest way possible (it is never that easy but I’ll try my best). It is time not only to protect ourselves (#coronavirus), but also to think about how we consume. Our planet still needs us to develop new ways to use its resources, maybe even stop asking for them and reuse what it has already given us.

Today, I’ll start by giving you a little tutorial on How to make a strap out of fabric (#zerodéchet). Instead of buying cotton or synthetic straps on Amazon, make them yourself!

Lets start!
Step N° 1:

On the right side of the fabric, draw a line with pins on one edge. Still Always consitdering the size of strap you need, mark a measure that makes it easy to fold the fabric, normally I mark 1.50 cm

Step N° 2:

Turn the fabric over, fold along the line of the pins and pin again.

Step N° 3:

Iron the border

Step N° 4:

Turn the fabric over. Still considering the size of strap we need, mark the double measurement, that is to say:

your need a 2 cm strap = mark 4cm

Step N° 5:

Turn the fabric over, fold along the line of the pins and pin again.

Step N° 6:

Iron

Step N° 7:

Turn the fabric over and cut. Considering the size of strap you need (around 1cm)

Step N° 8:

Fold in half and pins

Step N° 9:

Iron and stitch borders

Thanks for reading and watching! share if you which 🤍

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