Cord Management

I spend way too much looking for the right charger or cord for the right electronic thing.  The cords for my phone, ipod, nook, ear buds, nook, camera, etc. always end up in one huge tangled mess.  And then when my son asks for the ipod ear buds, untangling that mess takes way too long.  I needed a better way, so I made a bag for my electronics and their cords.

I followed the pattern, except for adding grommets and the sash, which I think makes this a little more me.  Oh, and I lengthened the straps.  I’m not sure that I’ll ever use grommets again, though– I think I broke a sweat trying to make them click into place.  Of course, by the last grommet, I had a system, so if I ever have to do this again, at least I know what I’m doing.  Somewhat.

It was nice sewing this weekend after a two week hiatus.  I think I’m back on track, friends.

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5 Responses to Cord Management

  1. Ivory Spring says:


    Nice bag! Great job. I have been brave enough to try making bags yet…

  2. suzanne mceachern says:

    How adorable and love the fabric-Mimi

  3. Jessi says:

    OMGOODNESS – so cute! I tried to text you my picture of my quilt, but I guess it is the wrong number…apparently I can’t transfer numbers to my new iphone very well!

  4. lisa says:

    I love it- You could mke me one for Christmas in case you need any ideas!!!
    You are great!

  5. Skye Daniels says:

    Ok, so this is a late response. Yes. I am a goon. There. I said it.
    Now: I LOVE that bag when y’all brought it to MQ the other night. Me wanny make!
    `;-} Do ya have the itch to do another? Wanna play, little girl?!

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