This listing is for a pair of leather guitar strap ends and a metal slider. This kit is 2 inches wide. These parts are very easy to sew on. Pick your favorite cloth and you can make a unique, personalized strap.
The leather rotates freely on the metal loop. The slider is used to make an adjustable strap. The leather was glued with Gorilla glue.
• This kit does not include a strap.
• Measurements: The metal slider and metal loops are 2 inches wide. This is good for use with any trim or cloth between 1 1/2 to 2 inches wide.
I am really excited about this leather. It's crazy, out there, and yet I can imagine it being perfect for so many guitar straps. The reflection makes photographing difficult, but it pretty much looks like gold foil that's been flattened out really well.
The metal is all nickel alloy.
All pictures shown are representative of the color of the kit you will receive. The kit you receive might not be the one shown but it will be of similar quality. This item is completed and ready to ship.
All items are shipped USPS. Orders are normally sent using the 2-5 day option. If you would like another company to ship, you may ask. If your shipping option costs significantly more, I reserve the right to ask for additional compensation before shipping.
International customers are responsible for the customs fees and taxes of their country.
Orders are not processed on Sundays.
Paypal, credit cards, money orders, or personal checks are accepted. Items will not be mailed until payment is received. If payment is a personal check, items will not be shipped until the check has cleared.
Returns & exchanges
Refunds for the cost of the item will be given for any reason if the item is returned in a timely manner, unused, and undamaged. Refunds might be issued for the cost of the item plus shipping if the item seems to be permanently lost in the mail. The timing of this determination will depend on the shipping destination as some countries take longer to process than others.
For other refund requests, please contact me with the details and we'll work something out.
Categories: Historical belts are ones I consider to have a more traditional pattern. Sometimes they are of more period materials as well, but they can be acrylic or cotton so be sure to read the materials section.
Novelty yarn belts will be ones that contain specialty yarns. They tend to be sparkly, fuzzy, or otherwise not your typical yarn.
Other belts are ones that do not fit well into either category. The could be historical in appearance but use a novelty yarn, or be an unusual pattern using standard yarns.
Custom Orders: Custom orders are welcomed. I will quote a time frame based on your needs and my current schedule at the time of the request.
I typically do more fantasy or everyday patterns. I can do period or Renaissance Faire appropriate patterns as well. Just let me know what you're looking for and we'll create something together :)
Length, materials, pattern complexity and sewing requests all affect the cost. Refer to currently listed items for an idea of my pricing patterns.
Measurements: For lengths, I always round down. Trim, ribbon and unfinished bands measurements do not include unpatterned or unusable ends
I like to think I weave fairly evenly so the width measurement should be accurate, but it is possible for portions to be wider or skinnier. It is a rough measurement, given the bumpy edges of the weavings, taken at what appears to be the average/overall width of the piece.
Allergies: All yarn is stored in sealed bins and weavings are stored in a cabinet. However, during weaving, the yarn is very exposed to cats. I remove as much hair as I can by hand and using tape, but the items are not washed before shipping. There may still be a cat hair or two on them.
Items are woven and stored in a smoke-free home.
Exact material content of the yarns used will be listed when available. I try to guess the content of unknown yarns but if you are allergic to cotton, wool, acrylic, etc it may be best to avoid the products that have an unknown in the materials section. Wool is stored in a separate bin from other yarns. All other fibers might come in contact with each other during storage.