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DIY Charger Cord Organiser by Debbie Shore

DIY Charger Cord Organiser by Debbie Shore

Whether you’re packing for a work trip, going on holiday, or simply trying to tame the tangled chaos on your desktop, we’ve the perfect solution for gadget lovers everywhere! This simple yet sublime charger cord organiser is the quick and easy way to keep all your crucial chargers tidily stored, and safe from damage! Forget about untangling wires and panicking over lost plugs, this handy little case means you’ll always know where your charger is when you need it. Check out Debbie Shore’s fantastic sewing project below, and create these for the tech-obsessed people on your life!

You Will Need:

Charger Cord Organiser Step-by-Step Instructions:

Step 1:

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Cut the outer fabric into 2 x 9” x 21” strips. Fuse fleece to the wrong sides of both pieces. Sew the zip between two short ends, right sides together.

Step 2:

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Sew the lining pieces to the opposite sides of the zip.

Step 3:

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Sew two x 13” lengths of elastic 2 ½” from each side of the opposite end of the zip, just through the outer fabric. Don’t sew over the pocket lining. Sew another strip across the ends to make tidy [this could be a length of ribbon instead] the make a loop with the remaining elastic, sew facing inwards to the centre of the end of the fabric. Sew dividing lines across the elastic, 3” apart.

Step 4:

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Fold the panel right sides together making sure the pocket lining is pulled out, sew all around apart from the bottom of the pocket. Snip across the corners, turn the right side out and press.

Step 5:

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Push the lining inside the zip opening. Sew a straight line 6” away from the zip through all layers, trapping the bottom of the pocket in the seam.

Step 6:

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Roll up the pouch, mark the position of the button under the loop and hand sew.
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