Step 7: Step 6: Attach the accessory

Depending on where you want to wear your accessory, you should adjust your ribbon length.

On the other end of the ribbon you can hot glue a fabric flower or feather.

In NYC there is a garment district where you can buy all kinds of exciting trimmings, many flowers and feathers are pre-made and ready for easy attachment.

You can also make your own fabric flowers, I have done both.

I think you ROCK! ;-) I'm not Diabetic and the only reason I came across you're AWESOME and totally stylish Insulin Pump Cover is because I was searching the &quot;health&quot; section on Instructables. I have Muscular Dystrophy and have been sittin' pretty in a wheelchair all my life. I just wanted to leave you a quick note and say &quot;Well done&quot; and &quot;you go girl!&quot; I just LOVE how how you found away to turn something that might be hard for people to understand into a hot fashion statement and a fun &quot;safe&quot; way to talk about it. ;-) Keep up this wonderful work! <br> <br>God Bless you and yours, <br>Amanda--A HUGE fan! <br> <br>P.S. Wanna help me turn my wheelchair into a &quot;victorian/steampunk-style&quot; wheelchair? ;-P
love the idea. have to make one for my lil sister she is 14 and always gets asked what it is.
<p>Jesso, as you gracefully maneuvered thru grad school,&nbsp;you have found your passion and purpose while helping others!&nbsp; It's made a profound change in your entire attitude toward your diabetes --&nbsp; you have transformed your energy of not wanting to make people feel uncomfortable and keeping your health details to yourself to wanting to help others by being out in the open literally with everything, including the pump.&nbsp; It's transformational for you and hopefully for so many others.&nbsp; Kudos, woman.</p>
&nbsp;i love how you have incorporated a distinct style (all of your products on your hanky pancreas website) with your theme of enhancing the diabetic lifestyle. &nbsp;much appreciation from across the pond!
Hi Jessica,<br /> I see your pump is about the size of an Ipod. Could you put your pump in an Ipod sock to make it look better?&nbsp;These Ipod socks are often knit, or made of some type of material.<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
This is so awesome! I also have a Medtronic pump, but it isn't nearly as cool as yours. Keep up the work! (btw, i've never seen someone make an insulin pump so sexy ;) )<br />
What an awesome idea! You've created something cute and fashionable out of something that could be difficult for young woman to carry around. An aunt of mine is diabetic and I think she would like this a lot. I hope these become as popular as they deserve to be. :)<br />
&nbsp;I have diabetes too. I got a new Deltec Cosmo last January, then in March they stopped making them. It really sucked. I hate having Diabetes, but I have to say I'd like to see a cure for cancer before there is one for diabetes.
&nbsp;As he said, thank you for this idea,it feels so good to see this kind of inovations comming from people who are , let's say, inside the business. I'm also suffering from type 1 diabetes (been practising this sport for 15 year now) , but I am still using insulin pens. So my question is: how do I &quot;convert&quot; to insulin pumps? The idea is quite appealing to me.<br /> Thumbs up and keep it that way! &quot;Multa sanatate!&quot; ( = wishing someone to keep healthy, in Romanian) :)
Run (don't walk) to your doctor and demand they prescribe an insulin pump.&nbsp; I did the needles for 10+ years and have been pumping about 5 now.&nbsp; No comparison, needles suck!&nbsp; I have so much better control of my insulin intake and as a result my A1Cs have improved greatly (near perfect).&nbsp; I use to think the pump would be like a ball and chain - but it's this disease that's the ball and chain, and the pump is just a tool to help you manage.&nbsp; I'd suggest checking out insulinpumpers.org for more info on getting started, they have a wealth of information and lots of people that can help you find the path.<br />
&nbsp;thanks a lot,I'm running my way to my doc today after school.I was curious about this because it seemed to me hard to use mainly because I am not a routine person-I'm quite unpredictable in what I'm doing.So,eventually,this sounds like the perfect treatment for me,since it keeps the glucose level constant.Thanks a lot again!
Yay! Good advice PickPacket and good luck Vladi. Keep in touch with me if you have any other questions - - you can email me at jessica@hankypancreas.com<br />
Thank you so much for this, I&nbsp;love the work you're doing! You could really save lives with projects like this. My best friend was an artist and type 1 diabetic. She was too stubborn to get a pump or listen to people telling her how to manage herself. She sadly lapsed one day and passed away. I&nbsp;can't help but think that something like this could have encouraged her to get that pump and might have saved her life. Thank you, I&nbsp;hope young diabetic girls everywhere see these!<br />
Aw, I'm so sorry to hear about your friend, it's a difficult disease. Thank you for the encouragement and kind words. <br />

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