Is it true that you’re upset by your electronics cords tangling and causing a tangle? If so, this tutorial on How To Make A DIY Cord Holder will keep you pleased while also keeping your cords organized.
Yes, if you’re seeking a creative method to reduce clutter in your life, this simple DIY project is the solution you’re looking for. These cord holders can also be made in a short amount of time.
When you’re making these cord keepers at home, remember that this is an excellent project for beginners. Starting with a task that will be an instant “hit” is always a smart option for someone who is just learning how to construct projects from scratch.
Plus, with so many different cool fabric options to choose from these days, you can completely change up the cloth you’ll want to use. This will free up time to produce season cord keepers, which are always a hit around the holidays. So, without further ado, continue reading this text to learn the steps.
Okay, so collect these supplies and get ready to read the steps.
- Sewing Machine
- Sewing pins or clips
- Turning tool
- Cutting mat and ruler
- Scrap fabric (6”x6”)
- Lightweight fusible interfacing
- Small Velcro
- Matching thread
- Fabric marking pen
Steps To Make A DIY Cord Holder
Are you done with gathering all the supplies? If yes, then hurry up and read this DIY.
Step 1: Cut the design shown in the image below from the fabric. For each cord keeper, you wish to make, cut two pieces of fabric and one piece of interfacing.
Cut the fabric
Step 2: Then, on the backside of one of the fabric pieces, iron the lining. Now, Pin or clip the two pieces of fabric together, right sides together.
Join the pieces together
Step 3: The next thing you need to do is to stitch all the way around the pattern with a 14″ seam allowance, leaving a 2″ opening to flip your keeper’s right side out. The curved edges should be clipped.
Curve the edges
Step 4: Turn the cord keeper right side out through the space you left with your turning tool. Press with a warm iron. Topstitch around your cord keeper with a 1/8′′ seam allowance to close your turning gap.
Stitch the fabric
Step 5: Place the rough side of the Velcro in the center of the cord keeper, right under the topstitching. In an “X” design, stitch in place. Place the Velcro’s soft (loop) side on the bottom of the cord keeper, in the same position as the top piece, but on the other side, and stitch it in place in the same way. And that’s the end of it.
DIY Cord holder
So, now that you know how to make a DIY Cord holder go and make your own for your cords.
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