This week I have a fun, super easy project to share! My hubby Jeremiah wanted a new camera strap that was long enough to wear crossbody with a Star Wars theme so we whipped one up and he loves it!
We used THIS ribbon for the Star Wars part, but you can select any ribbon that suits your tastes.
Check out the full video HERE to see how the strap was made!
What kind of ribbon would you use?? Until next time, Happy Sewing!
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