Steampunk Leather Bandolier Chest Belt PDF Pattern, DIY Leather, Leather Harness, Cosplay Chest Belt, Steampunk Accessory
This contains the PDF pattern and a video tutorial that will walk you through the process of making a steampunk leather bandolier.
The bandolier contains three pockets and one big pouch, which are all detachable and can be used separately on a belt or any similar strap on a backpack.
This chest belt can be used also as a festival chest belt as it has a lot of room for small and bigger items. It is lightweight and roomy.
I made it in two colors, but it is up to you how you combine the leather. I used Latigo leather, but it works very well also with vegetable tanned leather.
You will find a list of materials, hardware and tools in the PDF pattern file. There is also a link to the video tutorial.
Height: 7.9” (20 cm)
Length: 5.9" (15 cm)
Width: 2” (5 cm)
*Pockets (X 3)
Height: 5.1” (13 cm)
Length: 4” (10 cm)
Width: 1” (2.5 cm)
2 pieces up to 30" (75 cm) long
1 piece up to 22” (55 cm) long
Around 10.8 sq ft (1 sqm) 5-6 oz 2-2.4 mm leather which will be lined with a 2.5 oz (1 mm) rigid leather.
Main color used for the pouch, the pockets and the chest belt.
Take into consideration the length of the chest belt and cut them fist (2 pieces up to 30" (75 cm) long)
Contrast leather: around 3.3 sq ft (0.3 sqm) 7 oz (2.8 mm) leather. Take into consideration the length of the chest belt and cut it fist (1 piece up to 22” (55 cm) long)
Around 10.8 sq ft (1 sqm) 2.5 oz (1 mm) rigid leather.
1 mm waxed polyester thread
edge dye (optional)
paper masking tape (for assembling the pattern)
6 snap fasteners
4 x 20 mm D rings
1 x 25 mm buckle
3 Sam Browne studs
TOOLS & EQUIPMENT
1.5 mm hole punch
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It would have been easier to say “cut 4” rather than repeating the pattern 4 times.