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    Fabric bow belt: If you desire a permanent bow, fold it at one belt end, then wrap a small piece of ribbon over the center to create a faux knot; secure with hidden stitches. Sew a hook behind the bow; then sew a hook or thread chain on the right side of the other belt end.

  • Michael-Lacey Sanchez

    ribbon bow belt, pretty in cream or white

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"Ribbon in solids, stripes, and prints make for fun, decorative belts. You can fold and sew one end of the belt around a buckle, or transform a tie belt by hemming the cut ends. Grosgrain and velvet ribbons have plenty of body, so they make beautiful belts. For finer satin or silk ribbons, layer two lengths of ribbon wrong sides together, with a strip of interfacing in between, then topstitch."

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