DIY Running Belt Tutorial


DIY Running Belt Tutorial

DIY Running Belt Tutorial
DIY Running Belt Tutorial

Help keep yourself in shape by sewing a running belt that's perfect for holding your phone, keys, and other must-haves while you work out. This DIY Running Belt Tutorial is a great alternative to wearing an armband while you exercise, and is ideal if you love listening to music while you work out.

Made with a quarter yard of Spandex, this DIY running belt is a simple sewing project that you can whip up in no time and is a thoughtful and practical gift idea for the runner in your life. If you're sick of getting tangled in your headphone cords, or are just looking for a new piece of athletic wear, then this easy sewing project is just what you're looking for.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This stretchy running belt is perfect to corral keys, a music player, or a cell phone while walking, running or gardening. I believe I would stitch a vertical line across the belt on either side of the zipper so things would not tend to move around yet keep the belts stretchy qualities.

For all the runners out there this is a great way to carry your phone and keys with you without having to worry about what to do with them or worry about losing them. So simple and fast to make and uses very little fabric. What a great idea. You can even carry some mace in just in case you need it. This will make a great gift for a runner or you can even use it for a quick trip to the store when you do not want to carry your purse or wallet. Make it to look classy and wear to a club or dinner so you do not have to worry about keeping tabs on your things. Very easy to understand tutorial.


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