The gauntlets, belt and belt buckle are made by machine quilting the design into the fabric. I am going to show you the photos I took while making these samples to help you visualize the instructions better.
The first thing that needs to be done after cutting out the pieces is to mark the quilting lines on the broadcloth lining fabric. I use a light board and colored pencil. If you pin the pattern under the fabric, you can hold it up to a window and do the same thing.
The outer fabric is sewn along with a layer of fleece or batting and the broadcloth lining has a layer of stiff fusible interfacing pressed to it before sewing.
Join the upper and lower portion of the gauntlets, outer fabric and lining.
Press the seam open.
Trim and clip seams, turn right side out and to keep things from shifting around, hand baste the wrist seam through all layers.
Sew the outer fabric and lining together at upper and lower edges.
Then do all the quilting from the wrong side along the lines marked earlier.
Join the long seam and the the thumbhole to complete the gauntlet.
Prepare the quilted design on the belt buckle in the same way as the gauntlet.
Fold it around a plastic or cardboard backing. Pin and then check the design is centered in the front and sew firmly in place.
Fill in a few sections of the design with glitter, then pin and slip stitch the buckle to the belt.