So, I am sorry that this has been so long in the coming, but you can plan and plan and life just seems to happen.
You will need:
About 150 yards of worsted bulky weight yarn (depending on how long your belt will be, any kind of yarn, Plarn, or Tshirt yarn would be cool. If you don't have bulky then hold 2 strands of worsted weight or 3 strands of dk weight yarn together Recycled Sari Silk looks awesome!) I used Raw hemp from Darn Good Yarn for the lighter one and Lanaknit Allhemp6 in chocolate for the Darker one.
Size 5.00 mm Crochet Hook.
1.5" Belt Buckle (you can use a different sized buckle, however you will have to adjust the amount of stitches.
Row 2: Chain 1, does not count as first sc. sc in each sc across, stitches should be done as tight as possible
Repeat Row 2 till desired length, now at this point I recommend crocheting you belt about 3 " shorter than you want it. Your belt is gonna stretch, and I want you too anticipate this rather than be dissapointed.
To make a pointed end:
Chain 1, turn, sc2together across first 4 sc, sc in next sc, sc2together across last 4 sc.
Chain 1, turn, sc2 together across first 2 decrease stitches, sc in next sc, sc2 together across last 2 decrease stitches.
Chain 1, turn, sc3 together with last 3 stitches, fasten off, and weave in end.
Now to help prevent stretching, and to give your belt a nice finish you need to edge your belt in a slip stitch, so with right side facing start at belt buckle, join with slip stitch to belt, now simply put one slip stitch into edge of each row along one side of the belt to the end, then work along the opposite side. Fasten off, weave in ends.
Placing you belt loop is important, At this point I would try on your belt and using a stitch marker find the best place for your belt loop.
join with a slip stitch to to side of belt in stitch indicated by your stitch marker, chain 9, slip stitch to stitch parallel from first slip stitch, slip stitch into next stitch ( this works as you turning chain) sc or hdc in each chain of belt loop, across, slip stitch into stitch beside join, fasten off and weave in ends!!!
Finishing! If your belt is twisting, I suggest you wash it, gently, following the instructions for your yarn, then roll into a towel and squeeze out excess moisture and lay flat to dry.
Now, I hope you enjoy your belt for a long time to come,