Crochet Pattern: Interchangeable BeltBy Emilee Gettle – 1 Comment
|I like to have a variety of belts. If you could see my closet you’d know what I mean. Accessories are one of my favorite things. Isn’t it the same for most girls? This crochet belt pattern is unique in that you can interchange the belt depending on what you are wearing. The example in the photo was made with bulky denim-looking yarn. Thanks to a small button with a shaft on the underside of one end of the belt it can be easily attached or removed from the buckle. It is also a great scrap-saver project. Make a rainbow of belts for the spring season ahead.|
Finished Size: 45″ (109 cm) long and 1″ (25 cm) wide
However, the length might vary depending upon your waist size. See pattern below.
Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 30 yards)
Crochet Hook H (5 mm)
1 Button (with shaft) (1/2″ in diameter)
Belt Buckle (I used a divided O ring belt buckle.)
3 dc = 1” (3 cm)
1 row = 1″ (3 cm)
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Crochet Pattern: Interchangeable Belt
To make the belt you will need to add about 8 to 10 inches to your belt measurement, depending on how long you want the end of the belt to hang. Then, ch with your hook and yarn until you reach this length. To make a 45″ long belt, follow the pattern below, otherwise adjust according to your measurements.
Row 1: ch 136 (or to your personal measurement), dc in second ch from hook and in each ch across. Finish off.
Sew the button about 2″ from one end of your crocheted belt. Then, button the belt onto your buckle.
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