Use up your skinniest scraps to make cord wraps in whatever sizes you need.

1.    Cut two 1-3⁄4×3-1⁄2" fabric strips and a 5⁄8" square of hook-and-loop tape. Separate hook-and-loop tape, and center each piece on a fabric strip 3⁄8" from one short end; stitch in place. (Lengthen the fabric strips to make a longer wrap.)

2.    With right sides together and hook-and-loop tape at opposite ends, stitch 1⁄4" from all edges, leaving a 1-1⁄2" opening. Trim across corners to reduce bulk. Turn right side out; poke out corners.

3.    Make sure opening edges are folded in 1⁄4". Topstitch 1⁄8" from all edges using matching thread to complete the 3"-long cord wrap.