Fabric Cable Tidy, Cable Roll DIY

Fabric Cable Tidy, Cable Roll DIY
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Tidiness is not my forte, for some time I have been meaning to tackle the cable drawers in our sideboard. Surely I’m not the only person to have a pile of messy cables and leads??

Messy Cable Draw

So when I received this bundle of fabric from Little House on the Prairie® Andover Fabrics Collection I knew exactly what I wanted to make!

fat quarters

Do you neeed help to tidy your cables? Fancy making your own cable roll?

DIY CAble Tidy - Fabric Cable roll with step by tep tutorial

It’s a great fat quarter make.

Create a cable tidy from one fat quarter

You will need:

Fat quarter of fabric, plus interfacing

Fabric for securing each cable, each tie to be 11 by 4 and a quarter inches

Velcro

Plain fabric for labels, plus printing set

Elastic, 9 and 3/4 inches

Bondaweb or other fabric adhesive.

 

To make:

Iron interfacing to the back of the fat quarter.

Iron on interfacing

Fold in half and iron

Next create the cable holders – Cut out fabric  for each cable, 11 by 4 and a quarter inches.

 

Print the names of each cable on plain fabric.

Cut our your labels, add bondaweb to the reverse.

trim labels

Fold your fabric ties in half and iron. Iron on the label 2-3 mm down from the crease.

 

Stitch round your label to secure it in place.

 

Add velcro to the ties.

 

Fold right sides together and stitch side seams. Press. Then press in the final seam allowance.

Finish cable ties

Use bondaweb adhesive to close the final seam.

Measure your base fabric (folded in half) – next a little bit of maths to workout the placement of the cable ties. Place centrally, my fabric ties are spaced 2 and a half inches apart. They are secured with stitching in a rectangular shape.

 

Lastly fold the right sides of your roll together. Pin into place elastic, centrally along one of the shorter edges (dependent upon the volume of cables you have in your roll you may wish to alter the length of elastic you use).

 

Stitch round the sides, allow a turning gap.

 

Stitch seams

Turn right side out and slip stitch seam together.

 

Your finished!!

Transformed cable draw

I am delighted with one transformed drawer:)

If you like this post you may like this tutorial for a bunk bed bag, or this knitting needle case.

Find a supplier of the fabric here . This post is linked up with All Free Sewing, a great resource for free sewing patterns.

 

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