Today I'm hanging out a few of my favorite people on Oh My Handmade, we've been sitting around the campfires, climbing mountains, and earning badges at Camp #OMHG. But how is anyone going to know what merits we're earning if we don't have a place to proudly display them? A throw back to our days of Girl Scouting inspired the design of this simple camera strap cover and I'm teaching you how to do it step by step. Whether you're a pro sewist or just beginning, I promise this is one project you'll be able to pull of. All you need: Fabric, Iron, Fusible Fleece (optional), Scissors, and Needle & Thread.
I've been working closely with Kimberly Kling, designer behind Joyful Roots Studio- and I'm beyond excited to introduce you to her & her work! I promise that we have even more awesomeness in store for you. That's Kim over there -> isn't she radiant? (She's also wearing a No Sew Tshirt Skirt) As I mentioned, we've been working together on some new projects and between emails, phone calls, and a 3 hour time change difference I'm helping Kim learn to sew. I've been encouraging her to share her journey with that sewing machine on her blog- so be sure to check it out and cheer her on!
The fabrics I used for the Campers Camera Strap are her fabric designs and are available along with a slew of other amazing prints. I know you'll love retro pine cones as much as I do. You'll also want to check out what the Geek Chic Cats.
Are you dying to find out what Kim & I are working on together? Well, okay then I'll give you a tiny peek...