Needlepointers.com Logo

How to make a Cord Wrap

How to Make Cord Wrap - Fb

This tutorial will show you how to keep electric cords and charger cords organized and tidy by making an easy cord wrap from scrap fabric. No more tangled wires around the house or while traveling.



Watch our video tutorial below or click the link if you prefer to watch How to make a Cord Wrap in Youtube.


Disclaimer: This post may contain affiliate links. We make a small commission on sales through the affiliate links, at no extra cost to you. Thank you in advance for your purchase and your support! Please see our full Affiliate Statement for more information.

CORD WRAP SIZES:

For the small wrap, you will need:

  • Scrap fabric – 2 pieces 3 1/2" x 5 1/2"
  • Scrap fusible interfacing or fusible fleece – 1 piece 3 1/2” x 5 1/2”
  • Sew on Velcro – 3/4" wide x 1 1/2" long

For a large wrap, you will need:

  • Scrap fabric - 2 pieces 4" x 6 1/2"
  • Scrap fusible interfacing or fusible fleece - 1 piece 4" x 6 1/2"
  • Sew on Velcro - 3/4" wide x 2" long

Cord Wrap

STEP 1: CUTTING FABRIC & APPLYING INTERFACING

Decide if you are making the small or large cord wrap.  From your scrap fabric stash, cut two pieces of fabric. The two pieces of fabric can be from the same fabric or two different fabrics.

Cut one piece of fusible interfacing (or fusible fleece).

Cut one piece of sew-on Velcro the needed size.Cord Wrap

Fuse the interfacing/fleece to the wrong side of one of the fabrics according to the manufacturer's directions.

STEP 2: SEWING the Cord Wrap

Place the two fabrics with right sides together. 

On one of the short ends, round the corners.

Stitch around the pieces using a 1/4" seam allowance and leaving a 2 1/2" opening on one of the long sides. (This opening will be used for turning the wrap right side out.

STEP 3: CLIP, TURN, AND TOPSTITCH

Clip the corners close to the stitching line.

Clip the curved end.

Turn wrap right side out through the opening and gently push out corners and smooth out the curve.

Fold under raw edges of the opening and pin in place.

Press cord wrap flat.

Topstitch 1/8" from the edge around the entire cord wrap.

STEP 4: ATTACH THE VELCRO

Attach the Velcro near the ends of the cord wrap - one to the front and one to the back of the cord wrap.Cord Wrap

The photos show the positioning of the velcro.Cord Wrap

The cord wrap is complete.Cord Wrap

These cord wraps make perfect gifts for anyone, are great stocking stuffers and unique craft market items.Cord Wrap

Below are some affiliate links to supplies you may need to make this project.

QUESTIONS?

If you have any questions about this project, contact us through the YouTube Video comments or our Contact Us page. We respond to questions in e-mails and YouTube comments regularly.

How to make a Cord Wrap - pin

Did you enjoy this project? Please share it with your friends using the sharing buttons.

Follow our site using the follow buttons below to find out about other fun projects.

Supporting Products and links: Some of the links below may be affiliate links. We make a small commission on sales through the affiliate links, at no extra cost to you. Thank you in advance for your purchase and your support! Please see our full Affiliate Statement for more information.

Dritz 100-Piece Long Pearlized Pins

Dritz 100-Piece Long Pearlized Pins

1-1/2-Inch, White Affiliate Link to Amazon

Rotary Cutters

Rotary Cutters

Purchase rotary cutters at Amazon.com. Check out their selection. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

Scissors - Best Titanium Scissors

Scissors - Best Titanium Scissors

3 scissors in package - ideal for cutting paper, fabric and embroidery. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

Sewing Scissors

Sewing Scissors

A huge selection of sewing scissors are available at Amazon.com. Affiliate Link to Amazon.com

Singer Pearlized Head Straight Pins

Singer Pearlized Head Straight Pins

150 count, assorted color head pins, 1 1/4" Affiliate Link to Amazon

Velcro Brand Sew On 3/4" Wide - 30"

Velcro Brand Sew On 3/4" Wide - 30"

White Affiliate Link to Amazon








Subscribe To our YouTube channel because we publish New crafting videos On regularly.

Find us On:
Pinterest
Instagram
Facebook
Twitter


Looking for something you cannot find on our site? Click here to e-mail the Needlepointers Information department.

Copyright ©2003 - 2019 Needlepointers.com. All Rights Reserved. | Powered by w3.css