How to Make a BBQ Tool Belt
Give Dad the ultimate grilling accessory that will hold all the barbecue essentials.
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- 1/2 yard heavy-duty denim fabric
- 1 construction belt (or an old belt)
- 1-2 leather tool holders
- scrap leather
- measuring tape
- water-soluble fabric pencil or chalk
- X-Acto knife
- leather punch
- 6 medium rapid rivets
- rivet setter
- rubber mallet
- small anvil
- sewing machine
- heavy-duty thread
Cut and Sew Fabric
With measuring tape, cut fabric into a 27 x 16-inch piece. Fold, pin and sew a 1-inch seam underneath (images 1 and 2). If working with stiff denim, use an iron to set in the seams. Fold the top of the fabric back over your belt and pin into place (image 3).
Mark and Cut for Holders
With a fabric pencil, mark placement for any tool holders and cut slit with an X-Acto knife.
Feed construction belt though the fabric cuts and tool holders and sew belt into place (images 1, 2 and 3).
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