Step 5:

Put the two strap pieces together with the right sides facing each other. At the middle crease of the pieces, draw a line 2 1/2″ long and 3/8″ in from the bottom edge. Make two 3/8″ cuts, one on each end of the 2 1/2″ line. That’s for the opening to put the strap through.
LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS!! I love taking photographs while my family and I are out and about but hate the boring old black strap that comes with it. Now I have hope for the future of my family vacation photo taking! Thank you sooo much for this 'ible! 5 Stars!
thank you so much for this tutorial!! I made one and i LOVE it!
this is awesome!! and i love the fabric that you used.
Lovely and just what I needed. Thanks for solving my "STEAL ME" Nikon-branded strap problem. I think I will add flaps to close the pockets, with either velcro or snaps, because if you put memory cards in them and pick the camera up with the strap hanging down, the pockets will have their openings pointing down, and little things could slip out.
This is great! I find that my camera strap is rather scratchy, so it'll be great to cover it with something non-irritating *and* have pockets for extra batteries. Thanks for posting this Instructable!

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