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DIY Correa para la cámara de fotos



Hi people! A few weeks ago I made a new DIY project, this lovely strap for the camera. I made that one you can see on the photos and another with brown leather instead of blue for a birthday present. So, here it"s a good idea for a pretty gift if you don"t want to spend much money ;-) Do you want to know how to do your own camera strap? In that case carry on reading...

¡Buenos días! Hoy traigo una nueva manualidad que hice hace unas semanas, pero como era para hacer un regalo no podía publicarlo en el blog antes de dársela a la cumpleañera (¡espero que te gustase!). Se trata de una correa para la cámara de fotos. Normalmente vienen con esas correas tan poco bonitas (por no decir, horrorosas y sosas), así que navegando por Pinterest descubrí correas preciosas hechas con piel y se me ocurrió hacer la mía propia. Hice esta que veis en las fotos con la piel en azul y otra igual pero con la piel en marrón para mi amiga. ¿Queréis haceros una para vosotros? Muy fácil, seguir leyendo para el paso a paso.


Materiales

- Un retal largo de piel, 80 cm aprox. (utilicé napa, que es finita y con la máquina pude coserla)

- Una cinta (80 cm largo aprox) que os guste un poco ancha, tipo bies es perfecto al venir con los bordes planchados. 

- Hilo del color de la piel

- Tijeras

- Dos cadenas resistentes de unos 15 cm

- Dos anillas semicirculares

- Dos anillas de llavero pequeñas (que sean resistentes)

- Una cinta para pasar por la cadena con hilo del mismo color

Paso a paso

Primero cortaremos la piel a la medida de la cinta y las coseremos a lo largo (por un lado quedará la piel y por el otro la cinta) dejando un centímetro de más de cinta a ambos extremos para coserla hacia adentro como en la foto. 

Pasamos cada extremo de la correa por las anillas semicirculares, le damos la vuelta y cosemos cada uno.

Con la ayuda de unos alicates para abrir y cerrar la cadena, abrimos el primer eslabón, lo pasamos por la anilla y lo cerramos bien. Repetimos lo mismo en el otro lado. A cada extremo de la cadena pasamos las dos anillas de llavero.

Finalmente pasamos la otra cinta por la cadena y que cada extremo de ésta de la vuelta tanto a la anilla semicircular como a la de llavero. Lo cosemos con el hilo del mismo color a mano reforzando bien. Esta cinta, aparte de que haga bonito, nos reforzará la sujeción de la cámara en caso de que no hubiéramos cerrado bien el eslabón de la cadena y así evitaríamos que nuestra cámara caiga al suelo.

¡Y ahora sólo nos quedará unir nuestra correa a los enganches de la cámara de fotos!



Kit

- A long leather remnant (I used Napa leather as is not too thick, it"ll be easier to sew) 80 cm long aprox

- A piece of ribbon a little bit wide and 80 cm long aprox. 

- Thread in the same colour of the leather

- Scissors

- 2 chains 15 cm long 

- 2 semicircular rings

- 2 small key-rings

- 2 pieces of ribbon to decorate the chains and thread in the same colour

Step by step

Firstly, cut the leather in the same width of the ribbon. Sew both of them together (one side the leather and the other side the ribbon). Let one extra centimetre at each end of the ribbon, then sew them inwards, like on the photo.

Join each opposite end to one semicircular ring and sew.

With the help of pliers, open the first link to join the chain and ring together, then close it well. Repeat the action for the other end. After that, put the key-rings on the other end of each chain.

Finally, cross along each chain the other piece of ribbon from the ring until the key-ring and sew, so that the ring, chain and key-ring must be joined by the ribbon. In this way, your camera will be safer if the link isn"t very well closed, and it won"t fall off.

Now you just have to use the key-rings to join your camera and show off your new lovely strap!






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