For making the Medieval Knot just follow the directions in the image.
To know the Correct measurement for your Medieval Belt:
There is a decision and a measure that you have to take:
the measurement you have to take is the waist contour.
the decision you have to make is how much you want the tip of the medieval belt to drop ... as a guideline, less than 30cm is usually little, the ideal is from 30cm onwards and to the liking of the customer 😉
The fact that you have to know is that the knot (the round) takes approximately 30cm.
Let's see a practical example:
►We measure our waist, the result is 90cm.
►We've decided that the tip (belt's tip) of the belt must have a fall of 40cm.
►We do the calculation: 90cm + 40cm + 30cm = 160cm aprox.
Our belts have a standard measurement, which is 150cm, which means that you have to do an inverse calculation on the previous formula:
►150cm – 30cm(knot) = 120cm
Now if your belt size is 80cm:
►the calculation would be 120cm - 80cm = 40cm the tip of your belt will fall off.
if your belt measurement is 90cm:
►the calculation would be 120cm - 90cm = 30cm the tip of your belt will fall off.
if your belt measurement is 100cm:
►the calculation would be 120cm - 100cm = 20cm the tip of your belt will fall off.