Simple camera strap cover
I'll admit I'm just as excited to have a pretty camera strap as I am to have a new camera. This is an easy project, so you can make a bunch and switch them out when you feel like it!
This is what I did for my standard Nikon strap. Double check your own strap to see if it's the same size before you start. (And if you have a point and shoot, here's my tute on how to make a wristlet strap for it.)
2 strips of fabric, each 21" x 2.5" long
1 strip of fusible fleece/batting, 20" x 2.5"
Iron the short ends of each strip down a quarter inch.
Sew two parallel lines to hem the ends (one will catch your fabric, one's just to make it look more finished).
Iron the fusible fleece to the wrong side of the strip of fabric you want facing inside. It should be slightly shorter than the fabric, so center it.
Line up your strips of fabric, right sides together, and pin.
Sew. I serged the seams, too, but it's not necessary.
Turn your fabric tube right side out.
Topstitch along each edge and you're all set!
I made a few of these assembly line style, so I may put some in my shop. In the meantime, if you'd like the one I showed here, leave a nice comment and I'll pick a winner this weekend. :)
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