The clamp fasteners can be found in the mens sock/tie section of JCPenny s, Belks. Military uniform shops and surplus shops carry them as well. L ... on men sMessage 1 of 7 , Mar 31, 2005View SourceThe clamp fasteners can be found in the mens sock/tie section of
JCPenny's, Belks. Military uniform shops and surplus shops carry
them as well.
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, Darcellena@t... wrote:
> Does anyone know where those heavy duty clamp-like fasteners used
> suspenders may be purchased? Often they have "teeth" for extra
> power. Or something similar and equally suitable and durable. Do
> know what I'm trying to describe?
> So far I know that JoAnn's fabrics/crafts doesn't carry anything
> large, sturdy, and able to hold any but the slightest amount of
> Ultimately, the resulting garment will need to firmly grasp and
hold up at
> least four layers of fabric. .... hmm, sort of similar to holding
> extremely thick and heavy stockings.
> Today I found a pair of men's suspenders that I'll play around
with to see
> if disassembling them then making the garment with the components
> accomplish my purposes. Still, if the fasteners could be purchased
> seperately that would probably save money and provide more options.
Thanks everyone for the ideas! It is actually an industrial strength garter belt that I m trying to make to hold up my compression bandages andMessage 2 of 7 , Apr 1, 2005View SourceThanks everyone for the ideas! It is actually an "industrial strength"
garter belt that I'm trying to make to hold up my compression bandages and
compressogrip layers. All this "stuff" amounts to at least four layers.
You see, I have a medical condition called lymphedema and compression is
one of the key components to coping with it. Does anyone else here have
Sometimes creativity and innovation are necessary (and fun too :),
especially when the medical industry hasn't created a solution that works
Be careful when you google suspender clips . This is what German and English companies call those rubber things that hold up stockings on a garter belt (ourMessage 3 of 7 , Apr 1, 2005View SourceBe careful when you google "suspender clips". This is what German and English
companies call those rubber things that hold up stockings on a garter belt (our
"suspenders" are their "braces", you see). Unless that's what you're looking for... =
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "Julie Stackable, SCA Margaret Hepburn" <
> Just a quick google found this company that makes suspender clips....
> You can probably find more choices if you just google the
> phrase 'suspender clips'.