Say farewell to messy cords and hello to organization with these handy Fabric Cord Organizers! They’re perfect for keeping all sorts of cords tidy, from delicate phone chargers to bulky iron cords.
I love my Fabric Cord Organizers and I think you will too! They help keep cords tidy and organized, preventing them from becoming tangled and knotted, saving time and frustration when trying to locate a particular cord.
When you’re on the go, these organizers are a lifesaver! Simply roll up your cords and tuck them away in a bag or case for easy transport. Trust me, once you try these Fabric Cord Organizers, you won’t know how you ever lived without them!
Fabric cord organizers are awesome as a gift, especially for those tricky-to-please teens, and my teenage boy even gave it the thumbs up when I showed him – he said “wow, that’s really handy!”
Additionally, they help to protect cords from damage and wear and tear that can occur when they’re left loose and exposed. They are an invaluable tool for anyone who wants to simplify their cord management and keep their space clutter-free.
Fabric Cord Organizer PDF Pattern
You can find a PDF pattern on my Etsy Store that comes with full instructions on how to make a Fabric Cord Organizer, including three sizes: mini, small, and medium. Visit my Etsy Store by clicking on THIS LINK to purchase your copy.
Supplies to Make a Fabric Cord Organizer
- (2) 2½” x 3½” Pieces of Quilting Cotton Fabric
- (2) 2″ x 3″ Single-sided Fusible Interfacing
- (1) Snap set
- Coordinating thread
Tools Needed to Make a Fabric Cord Organizer
- Point Turner
- Rotary Cutter, Ruler, and Mat (or you could cut with scissors
- Sewing machine – I have this one
Please watch my video for step-by-step instructions on exactly how to make your own Fabric Cord Organizer. If you enjoy my tutorial please hit the like button!
Thanks for checking out my Fabric Cord Organizer tutorial – I hope you have as much fun making them as I did!
If you enjoyed this project, be sure to take a look at some of my other fun sewing projects. You can find them HERE.
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Thanks again for stopping by, and happy sewing!
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I love this new tutorial! I have computer chores, phone chords and more that need clean up. Thank you Stacey for a quick idea.