A friend of mine suggested that I put a padded cover on my camera strap. For comfort, and for fashion :) I never heard of such a thing, but it made sense. The strap did sometimes irritate my neck. Plus, it would add some flare to my camera! I bought about a 1/4 of a yard of fabric. There was a decent amount of excess fabric, but it didn't cost much. I probably could've done an 1/8 of a yard. But better to have extra than not enough! Also, I used leftover batting from Christmas quilts.
Sandwich the batting inbetween the fabric, folded wrong sides together, and with the fold at the top. It should look like a rectangle. Usually the fabric is about 45 inches wide, so I just folded it down and it was about the length of my strap. I would suggest spray basting, but I didn't have any. I had to pin, and it never came out perfectly flat. But it was good enough for me.
< Sew lengthwise on both sides. You will be sewing these sides together later, but this will just keep the batting in place as you work with it.
At the bottom, cut the batting a 1/2 inch from the edge. Then fold the edge in and press, with one side of the fabric covering the batting
Once you fold and press both sides, it will look like this.
Sew on edge down with the batting.
Do a blind stitch to sew it up.
Fold it over your strap for size. Pin and cut excess fabric.
< Sew together and seal with a zigzag stitch. Flip it inside out. Done! Comfortable, fashionable, I love it!