Making Regalia – How to Construct Leather Belts – Craft Tutorial

Making Regalia – How to Construct Leather Belts – Craft Tutorial

Host Juaquin Lonelodge is back for Season 2 of Making Regalia.

In the first episode he shows us how to construct leather belts, which he says an absolute regalia necessity.

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Making Regalia – Season 2 – Episode 1 from CATV47 on Vimeo.

You can catch Making Regalia on the FNX Network or Check your local listings for times.

Last Updated on November 5, 2022 by Paul G

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5 Comments on “Making Regalia – How to Construct Leather Belts – Craft Tutorial”

  • Avatar for akshay



    This is helpful! thank you for sharing.

  • Avatar for Verna Clinton

    Verna Clinton


    Streaming is slow. Havent watch whole show. Great job.

  • Avatar for LW



    I wouldn’t recommend a box cutter because it’s too easy to slice your finger open, but there is an actual tool for setting spots. It’s called a spot setter. You just line it up where you want the spots and hit it with a hammer. It is basically a two hole punch for leather.

  • Avatar for Connie Hickok

    Connie Hickok


    Do you have anything on beaded belts?

  • Avatar for G Mayo

    G Mayo


    The leather you are using is not rawhide, it is saddle leather or belting. To teach this stuff, you got to be precise in what you tell people. Rawhide would be ok, but it is super hard and could be uncomortable. Since Rawhide is Raw, untanned leather, some oil my come out on regalia. Latigo is also ok, but oil tanned so the oil can come out on your regalia as with the rawhide. Your teaching method is good, but you appolojize a little too much, and repeat some.

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