Cord Keepers PDF Sewing Pattern
Use this PDF SEWING PATTERN to make cotton fabric cord keepers to wrap up, or shorten, your small electronics cables and other cords.
This simple DIY cord keeper sewing project takes less than 20-minutes to complete and these are 100% machine sewn--no hand stitching is used in this project.
And look carefully at the corners...they turn out perfect using this method! These are made using just one piece of fabric cleverly pressed and sewn a special way so the corners turn out square.
Pattern pieces to sew cord organizers in three sizes are included:
Extra Small: Earbuds, earphone, phone chargers, or other fine cords.
Small: USB cables, keyboard or mouse cords, earbuds or headphones, tablet or phone chargers.
Medium: Small appliance cords for irons, blow dryers, curling irons, blenders, toasters, etc.
The finished cord keepers are easy to open by bracing them between your fingers and popping the two snap halves apart (make two fists with keeper in between). Do not pull, yank, or otherwise force them open or you can rip the snap out of the fabric.
Sewing Skill Level
Intermediate - This is a very simple project but requires working with small pieces. You should be comfortable sewing and able to cut, sew and press fairly straight seams and edges.
XS: 1.38" x 1.38" (3.5cm x 3.5cm)
S: 1.5" x 1.5" (3.8cm x 3.8cm)
M: 1.75" x 2" (4.4cm x 5cm)
Supplies You Provide
• quilting cotton fabric scraps
• interfacing scraps
• (1) cap snap (try Snap Source Size 24 snaps)
• tool for applying snap
• disappearing ink marking pen
• 1/4" foot w/guide (optional)
Sew It & Sell It
Items you make using this pattern can be sold. Please offer Michelle Patterns design credit in written descriptions.
This print-at-home pattern is available for instant download once your payment is processed. You'll have 30-days to download your pattern before the link expires.
Finished Cord Keepers
See this section of my etsy shop for finished and ready to ship cord keepers.