Fabric Cord Keepers
Cords for electronic devices are just a fact of life. I always seem to have some kind of bag, purse, or backpack with me and my cords were becoming quite messy. I was beginning to worry about the wires becoming frayed so I knew I needed to sew some kind of keeper for them. Although you can find other patterns for these on the internet, I wanted to customize mine with the device that each one belonged with so I used my embroidery machine.
I used very little fabric and was able to make four in just a couple of hours. I did use canvas for the outside and soft flannel for the inside. My thoughts were the flannel might protect the cords from friction and excessive wear.
I love everything about these, especially the cheerful color combination. They have also made it easier to find the specific cord if they wind up in the bottom of my bag. So I went from a tangled mess.....
To a much better alternative.
There is a link below to my process and it is very simple. If you don't have an embroidery machine, you could still sew several of these and decorate with applique or puffy paint. Using different ribbon or buttons would also be a great way to tell the keepers apart for specific devices. These would be a most welcome gift to sew for birthdays or Christmas. I have not seen anything like these in my local stores so it would be something unique.
I hope you have enjoyed this post, share what you learn and are generous with what you make. Someone will appreciate your hard work.
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