DIY Braided T-Shirt Belt

I really love things that are perfectly imperfect, rugged at the edges. That's why I love this belt, plus it's really fun to make. They look best in bright colors, they'll stand out more.
This belt can be worn as a necklace or headband but I prefer it in belt form.

Stuff you need:
5 cm wide strip from the bottom of a t-shirt

1. Cut the strip so that it is no longer a circle

2. Draw vertical lines along the entire strip at 2 cm intervals

3. Cut on the lines, make sure to cut like shown below

4. Now it gets complicated, bring the piece on the furthest side under the second one

5. Bring the 3rd piece through the first one. Continue to bring the next piece through the one before...

Until it looks like this

6. Cut 2 small strips of t-shirt material and tie them to the ends of the braid

Pretty funky right?


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Style Servings said...

So clever! I love the colour!


caise said...

it looks amazing! you are so talented!

swellmayde said...

great job!! so creative!

- aimee

SwellMayde DIY's

Paper Moon said...

aww this is really cute. im forver cutting up my tshirts to fit me,, so this diy is perfect. xx

House of Avandan said...

Very cute and unique.

Girlie Blogger said...

Is it really this easy? Very nice job.

Isha said...

a simple way to add colour to ur outfits! Looks good :)

Shubana said...

I went through your blog and am amazed by all your DIY's ! Fantastic blog :) Love your work xo

Sophia said...

I love the belt and completely agree, imperfections often make things perfect. I'll have to try that DIY! <3


Ivana said...

Looks amazing! Love it!

xx Ivana

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QT said...

Very creative. Cute blog!

nancy @ adore to adorn said...

super cute! =) Are you really only 13 years old? (That's supposed to be a compliment!) =)


sherene said...

You are so talented, while i don't have a single fiber of DIY talent in my body hahaha.
Great job, keep it up:))

Grace said...

Great idea!

Love Grace.

Sharon said...

Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment, I appreciate it ^^

Love your blog!
You have some great DIY tutorials.


Bernadeth said...

You are totally the Queen of DIY!

xx Bernadeth G. from http://missbeatrix.blogspot.com

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Me ha encantado tu blog.Te sigo.


jozefien said...

I really love your blog, and I think it's incredible that you are doing this on your age. When I was thirteen, I could not do what you are doing now!

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Sole said...

all of your DIY ideas are soo cool! I'm totally following you!


mirjam schuurkamp said...

Thats so cool!

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Sophia Callahan said...

so cool! love this! so happy i found your blog!! :)


Meroda said...

Great DIY idea !
I love your blog +new Follower

Love Meroda

little t said...

Looks really cute- I thought it was a bracelet first! Would make a cute bracelet too!

Elina Mint said...

interesting to read