Leather Backed Needlepoint Belts
Stitching a needlepoint belt takes time, one puts much thoughtfulness and love into each stitch. I know because I also love to stitch needlepoint belts for my husband, my brothers, my daughter's boyfriend, and myself. I know first hand the time and love that goes into each belt. That's why when I finish your needlepoint belt, I treat it as if it was my own needlepoint belt. It is finished with with the utmost care.
I purchase the best Bridle leather available, it is manufactured by one of the only specialty vegetable tanneries located in the U.S.A.
Extra time is taken to bevel and then burnish the edges of the leather. These steps seal the leather, protects the needlepoint stitching and prevents the edges from becoming ragged and frayed. Take a look at finished leather belts next time, you will notice the difference. The burnishing and painting the edges of the leather creates a needlepoint belt meant to last.
We stock different colors of leather. Colors vary on monitors. If you can not decide what leather color works best with your needlepoint belt, I will be happy to match your belt with the best leather option. Please make a notation on your order form. I will take photos of your belt with different leather colors and send it to you for final approval.
We use high quality solid buckles made of brass or stainless steel to compliment your needlepoint belt.
Our buckles have a rounded edge or a square edge. We offer buckles for needlepoint belts that are 1" width and 1 ¼ " width. The 1" rounded buckle looks beautiful when finishing a needlepoint belt for a woman, the needlepoint width is the standard 1 ¼" , but the billet and buckle are 1" wide. Most needlepoint belts for men are finished with a 1 ¼" square buckle.