Cleanin' a Mess

Introduction: Cleanin' a Mess

I have had issues with the way that these cords almost fell on me when I opened the cup board now that won't be an issue anymore

Supplies

The materials I used were felt and scissors and a few twisty ties to hold the cords together.

Step 1: Cutting the Felt

I had to fold the felt in half and then make another fold to make the two slits which I later on would put the cords in.

Step 2: Cutting the Felt Continued

I then repeated that step five times moving the second fold down every time.

Step 3: Preparing the Cords to Be Inserted

I then took the cords and wrapped them up and tied them up with a twisty tie.

Step 4: Inserting the Cords

I lastly very carefully inserted the cords in the slits I made with the scissors ending in the finished project.

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4 Comments

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calichigal
calichigal

2 years ago

Great idea! I think I will try this for the cables I keep in my camper.

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Alex in NZ
Alex in NZ

2 years ago

That is _the_ best idea for cable storage I have seen in an awful long time. THANK YOU for sharing it, and good luck with the competition :-)

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Penolopy Bulnick
Penolopy Bulnick

2 years ago

Nice job :) Does the whole thing roll up for storage?

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jacokespe09
jacokespe09

Reply 2 years ago

Yes it does.