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Easy Two Hour Belt

By: Kristin Omdahl from Styled by Kristin
Easy Two Hour Belt

Do you have a couple of hours to spare? If you do, why not spend that time making this trendy and thrifty accessory the Easy Two Hour Belt. This knit belt pattern is great for cinching your waist and showing off those natural curves. Everyone needs a simple, mindless pattern to make from time-to-time, and the Easy Two Hour Belt is definitely one of them. So get your bulky yarn ready, this knit belt pattern is just waiting to be made!


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

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This is such a cute belt! I am currently looking for belts to wear with my LuLaRoe outfits, and this one would be perfect! The pattern is probably one of the easiest I have seen, and it can be made in any colors, which is exactly what I am looking for! I would try to make this with a worsted weight yarn instead o the bulky, maybe adding a few stitches to make it the same width.

It is world book day this week and in the post yesterday his musketeer outfit arrived but the belt was in the wrong place and due to the way it is made I couldn't unpick it so I came straight on here to search for a pattern. I used this with some black wool from my stash to whip up a fast belt adding tassels on either end, he loves it as he can tuck the toy sword into the side. I made the belt in around 90 minutes whilst watching TV.

This is a nice belt pattern and if you added stitches would make a great scarf, too. Sometimes when I'm working a scarf pattern I think of how it would look as a belt, and vice versa. Repeating patterns don't always lend themselves to belts, would depend on the size of the repeat. This particular pattern would work up fast as it uses chunky yarn.

i really like i think it would look really good with like aqua colors

I found the pattern available for purchase here! I hope to be knitting it soon!

I am looking for the pattern for the cardigan wrap that is shown with the 2 hour belt.. Were can I find the pattern?


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