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DIY Punch Needle Belt by Micah Clasper-Torch

This fancy belt by fashion designer and fiber artist Micah Clasper-Torch from Los Angeles is an exclusive special of our sisterMAG issue 61 and especially suitable for creatives who have already dealt with the technique of punch needling. This fashion accessory visually enhances any outfit, no matter how simple, and is a very unique handmade piece. 


Recommended materials / fabrics

Pattern A (punch needle pattern)
Pattern B (lining/backing pattern)
Monkscloth for punch needle piece (front)
Lining/Backing Fabric (~½ yard/0.45 cm of cotton or linen recommended)
Wool rug yarn (various colors)
Punch needle (Oxford 10 regular)
Small, pointed embroidery scissors
Flat-backed / Duckbill scissors (optional)
Fabric scissors
Iron and ironing board
Needle and thread
Leather cord (2 pieces, approx 22 inches/55.88 cm long each)
Leather hole punch

Level of Difficulty:

Seam allowance: Not integrated

Step-by-step illustrations Step-by-step illustrations: Not included

Languages: 🇺🇸 English 🇩🇪 German / Deutsch

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Print at home in A4 or Letter format | Copyshop format in A0

No cutting, just gluing – quick assembly when printing at home

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(1) Via the download button "Download pattern" directly on the order confirmation page

(2) After your order confirmation email, you'll receive an email with a download button

(3) In your customer account, you can download your pattern at any time!

Important note

This is a digital download sewing pattern and no paper pattern. The download contains the pattern in copy shop format (using a plotter at a copy shop – whole pattern on one printing plate), A4 and letter format, sizing chart as well as instructions for sewing this garment in written language. NO visual illustrations included. Find all patterns with step-by-step illustrations here.

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