Pyrography Leather Boot Belt Project, Part One

Step 8:  Opening the Buckle Slot

Using a craft knife, bench knife, or straight chisel cut the top and bottom of the buckle latch slot.















Step 9:  Trimming the Belt End

Using a small round jar or cup as your guide, pencil a curved cutting line on the end of your belt.  Cut along the trim line with a bench knife or craft knife.






Step 10: Edge Beveler

An edge beveler can be glided along the corner edges of the top tanned side of the leather belt to remove a thin sliver of leather.  This rounds the edge of the leather.

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