Saturday, June 30, 2012

Statt eines Gürtels / Instead of a belt

Wenn die Hose rutscht, braucht man einen Gürtel.
Aber gerade für kleine Kinder ist es schwierig, einen Gürtel auf- und zuzumachen.
Hier ist die Lösung! Keine Gürtelschnallen mehr!
Einfach, schnell gemacht, praktisch und bequem!
(Natürlich nicht nur für Kinder!)

You need a belt, if the pants slips.
But especially for kids it´s not easy to open and close a belt.
Here is the solution! No belt buckles anymore!
Simply, quickly made, practical and comfortable!
(Of course, not just for kids!)
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Was man dafür braucht:
Velours-Elastic-Bund oder Elastic-Bund
ein Stück Stoff
Druckknöpfe

Die Länge des Velours-Elastik-Bunds am besten an einer passenden Hose abmessen.

What you need:
velours-elastic or thick elastic
a piece of fabric
snaps

The length of the velours-elastic is measured at a matching pant.
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In der gleichen Länge den Stoffstreifen zuschneiden, etwa 3x so breit, wie der Velours-Elastik-Bund.

Cut the fabric into a strip in the same length and about 3x as wide as the velours-elastic.
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Den Stoff in der Breite des Velours-Elastik-Bunds nähen und in 2 Stücke teilen.

Sew the fabric in the width of the velours-elastic and cut out into 2 pieces.
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Nun den Velours-Elastik-Bund in die offenen Enden der Stoffstreifen stecken und mit einem Zick-Zack-Stich zunähen.

Now put the ends of the velours-elastic into the open ends of the fabric stripes and sew with a zig-zag stitch.
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Dann werden noch Druckknöpfe angebracht (ich habe KamSnaps genommen).

Then install snaps on it (I used KamSnaps).
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Und fertig! Ich hab gleich noch mehr gemacht...

And ready! I have made several...
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Und so werden sie benutzt:
Einfach durch die Gürtelschlaufen ziehen und anknöpfen!

And so they are used:
Simply pull through belt loops and buttoning!
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Jetzt muss man keinen Gürtel mehr öffnen, nur noch die Hose!

Now you don´t have to open a belt anymore, only the pants!

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26 comments:

  1. What a good idea! I really like that -- I hate buckles.

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  2. This would be so good for kids!!! No more fiddling with belt buckles...

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  3. Great solution!
    Thanks for sharing.

    Monique

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  4. Very good idea. Thanks for sharing with the newbie party.

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  5. Great idea. Sometimes I just want that bulky belt buckle sticked out These will be perfect for that.

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  6. Great idea! Buckles can be so tricky for kids.

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  7. Thank you for sharing your instructions! I've been thinking about making some for my grandsons, I just hadn't sat down long enough to get the idea solid in my brain as to how to do it.

    Thank you for the English translations on your blog too! That is so nice of you!

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  8. Very interesting idea. I'll have to give this a try. My middle boy has been potty trained for 6 months but will only wear elastic waist pants because the snap/belt combination makes him nervous. This may be the perfect solution!

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  9. This is a great idea! I bought something similar for my grown up pants :)

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  10. Wow. A great idea for kids clothes that don't have the adjustable waistband.

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  11. That is a super smart idea! I've never seen anything like it before. Thanks for sharing at Etcetorize this week!

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  12. What an ingenious idea!! I am going to have to make some for my kiddos on the ones that don't have the adjustable waistband. So much easier than having to worry about them keeping track of a belt! Thanks for sharing! I'm a new follower! Have a wonderful week!!

    Nicole
    Mama Of Many Blessings

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  13. Great idea! I've gotta try this.

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  14. Great idea. I don't have much experience with the snaps, but hopefully I can figure it out.

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  15. I love this idea for my kids and you made really cute ones with the fun fabrics, too!

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  16. What a great idea!! I love it. Thank you for sharing on Sharing Saturday!!

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  17. This is a fabulous tutorial! Almost everyone I know has trouble with the waists in jeans.

    Your project would be perfect to share at TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS, my new weekly linky party going on now! Come on over and join in!

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  18. Great idea! Sehr gut englische! Besser als meine Deutsch.

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  19. I'm so happy you linked up at Etcetorize last week. I like your project so much that I'm featuring it at tonight's party. I hope you'll stop by to grab a featured button from the sidebar and link up again~

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  20. What a GREAT idea!!!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

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  21. This is one of those "Why didn't I think of that" ideas. Totally brilliant! I could have used this when my son was little. I'm pinning this and passing it along to anyone I know with little ones. Thanks so much for sharing at Creative Thursday :)

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  22. Another great idea. Thank you for linking this up too at our party at http://www.FineCraftGuild.com/party/

    BTW it would be really nice if you would link back to the party from within your article, or at the very list from your linky party page. Thank you so much doing so in advance.

    Looking forward to your contributions again tomorrow, when a new party will open.

    Have a creative day,
    ~ Rose

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  23. Awesome! I need to do this for my kids clothes my 2 year old's pants are ALWAYS falling down! lol

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  24. You've been featured at my blog! http://acraftycook.blogspot.com/2012/08/1-month-of-fun-august-link-party.html

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