Print out the pattern here
Place the pattern on top of the leather and using the awl, trace the pattern onto the leather
Use the overstitch to trace the awl cutting line for a more accurate cut. Use the rotary to cut the leather.
Using the edge slicker and a water, wet the edge of the leather a bit and run the edge slicker around the edges to smooth.
The edges final product should smooth
Using cord or twine, measure out the amount of cord you prefer for your belt straps
Cut the strap 1/2″ wide and as long as you need
Dye and edge the two pieces of leather
Slide the buckle onto the leather and sew the buckle in place with a double stitch
Using a hand leather punch punch holes in the corresponding strap
Cut a piece of leather 2″x1/2″ and sew the edge together