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Simple Macrame Camera Strap Tutorial
For those of us that still enjoy lugging around our trusty DSLR or Instax instant cameras, there’s a...
Custom Camera Strap for Photographers DSLR Camera Personalized camera strap Genuine leather camera strap Gift for him
Personalized Leather Camera Strap is a great gift for all !
● Safety for yor camera
● Distribute the heavy weight of cameras, allow you to work for long hours.
● Stabilize the camera when a tripod is not feasible.
● It looks much better than standard camera straps))
● Perfect gift for photographer!
● Made from high-quality genuine leather.
● 100% handmade.
● All stitches are sewn carefully by hand using waxed thread.
● It's a universal strap and works with any camera.
● Make your strap really unique by adding a name or initials (12 characters max, no spaces or punctuation) for $ 5.
● Send me a convo with the details of your order :)
🅛🅔🅝🅖🅣🅗 & 🅦🅘🅓🅣🅗:
● Wide section: 1.6' (4cm) ✕ 23.6' (60 cm)
● Narrow part: 0.8' (2cm)
● Total length: 43.3' (110cm)
● All camera straps are made by hand; therefore, measurements are a guideline only and cannot be guaranteed.
● Leather is a unique product and its shade may slightly vary. Color may appear different based on monitor settings, etc.
● There might be some natural scars / marks as it is genuine leather.
● Current production time is roughly 2-3 business days.
● Delivery takes 2-4 weeks by Ukrposhta Postal Service.
● Express shipping by UPS Postal Service. Please ask before purchasing.
● All packages have a tracking number and you can follow on the website www.17track.net
● I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but cannot guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the Post Service.
● Special price for bulk orders.
✆ Any question, do not hesitate in contact me!
Macrame Camera Strap
Treat yourself to this beautiful handmade Macrame Camera Strap.
It will make a great gift for your friends too.
Cool accessory to add to your outfit on your holiday or to hang your camera up at home.
I will make this to order so you can specify the length.
Made using premium quality recycled cotton and metal rings.
It can be made with the contrast detail or without.
If you want a different colour to what is photographed I'm happy to do that so please get in touch.
Please message me for available colours.
Length approx 105cm including the hooks // Width 3cm
All shipping will be handled by Royal Mail Signed for. (Unless specified by you.)
If you have special shipping instructions, please contact me before ordering so that the price can be adjusted.
Please feel free to message me with any questions & thank you for visiting my shop!
You can find more of my work and updates on Instagram: @kalicrame
All products are handmade with love in London.
Camera Strap Tutorial
I purchased a new camera about a month ago and decided it was time to accessorize it. The plain black strap needed a little something extra, so I decided to make a cover for it. Lets get the math out of the way: *The main body of my camera strap (and I think most camera straps) is 2" by 26.5" long. Be sure and check the measurements of your strap. *The final size of the camera strap cover will be 2.5" by 27". *My lens cap measures 2 3/8" in diameter. This strap includes a pocket for the lens cap. If your lens cap is larger, you will have to adjust the width of the strap to accommodate for the lens cap pocket. ***** 1. For the quilted top of the strap - cut two strips of fabric 3.5" by 29" long (the extra inches account for seam allowances and any shrinking from quilting the two together) - Strip #1 - is for the very top, you can piece this together however you like and trim to 3.5" by 29" or just cut one piece of fabric - Strip #2 - is the underside of the strap top and will be on the inside of the cover - Cut one strip of quilt batting 3.5" by 29" For the bottom of the strap cover - cut one strip 3" by 28" Fabric: Quilt Blocks by Moda 2. For the top of the strap you will basically make it the same way you would make a quilt... Place Strip #2 face down, add the batting on top, and place Strip #1 on top (face up) and pin in a couple of places to hold the three layers together. Quilt it any way you want and now is the time to add any trimmings you would like to add. I am crazy about lace, so I added it while I was quilting. Once it is quilted, trim to 3" by 28". I decided to add a little pocket for the lens cap. I cannot tell you how many times I spend at least 5 minutes searching for the lens cap after I finish taking pictures. 3. My lens cap measures about 2 3/8" in diameter. Cut a piece of fabric 3.25" by 3.25". For the crease, fold the pocket in half, right side in and then open up and press a two little folds in the back. The finished width should be 3" with the folds. Stitch the folds in place (just a few stitches close to the bottom. Turn the bottom of the pocket under about 1/4" and press (don't sew it yet). For the top of the pocket, turn the top under 1/4"and press. Place a piece of 1/8" elastic under the fold and stitch the folded fabric down encasing the elastic. 4. Place the pocket on the strap top where ever you want it. Stitch down one side close to the edge (This will not show because the back of the strap will cover this when it is sewn on). Stitch across the bottom of the pocket close to the fold. Now before sewing down the other side of the pocket, pull the elastic tight to allow the pocket to close up tight, but not too tight to cause the strap to curl up. Once you get the right tension, pin or hold in place and sew the second side down. Trim the extra elastic to the edges. 5. Place the front and back strips of the strap right sides together and stitch down one long side with a 1/4" seam allowance and press. Press under both ends 1/2" and stitch across the ends (shown by the black line above). Fold the strap back together with the front and back facing each other again and stitch down the other side to close up the strap. Turn the strap right side out. Your strap is finished except I wanted to add a little velcro to prevent the cover from sliding around on the strap. Just cut a few squares of velcro with adhesive backing and place two on each end of the strap on the inside. This will keep the ends closed so the strap will not slide out. Here is a picture of the pocket with the cap inside it. This is going to save me so much time searching for the cap. It is so cute and a life saver. I really enjoyed making this strap and might make a few more. That way I can switch them out to keep things interesting. It would also be fun to make one with Christmas fabric to use during the holidays. Happy Sewing! Candace
DIY Camera Strap
Just sharing a little DIY camera strap I made recently. You can make one in just three easy...
DIY Leather Camera Strap Free Pattern
Sew this stylish leather camera strap with this easy to follow free pattern. This leather camera strap is very functional with a lens cap pocket.
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