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Ribbon Key Fobs

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Author MudpuddlesnPigtails
Price $5.00
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Learn how to make professional-looking Ribbon Key Fobs in no time! This ebook shows you a way to make ribbon key fobs that are fused and sewn – much more secure than using the fold-over piece of hardware you see everywhere. Ribbon Key Fobs are all the rage now and this ebook is loaded with full-color photos showing every step in the process to make your own. Whether you want to make these for yourself, for gifts or as part of your business, this is all the information you will need. Once you start making these, you will be hooked!

With mudpuddlesnpigtails Ribbon Key Fob instructions, you will learn the following:

Selecting ribbon or fabric
Sealing ribbon ends
Fusing ribbon together
Sewing ribbon
Assembling key fob
Using fabric instead of ribbon

And so much more! Easy to follow instructions are perfect for everyone – from beginner to the more experienced. Beginner sewing experience is needed.

Author is available by email to answer any questions you might have along the way.

Pages: 20
Pictures: 39

Materials needed:
Grosgrain ribbon, fabric (optional), thread, needle or sewing machine, D-ring and a key ring.

Sizes that can be made: one size
Final Measurements: 7” long overall, 4 ¾” long loop

by Voelker, Kathryn
on November 16th, 2015

Great pattern and fun to make for stocking stuffers and also package toppers.

by Ong, Jennifer
on June 5th, 2014

Super easy to

by Thortnon, Mary
on June 18th, 2012

Super easy to put together. Great pattern

by Babineaux, Andrea
on March 18th, 2012

Great! Clear and easy to follow! These make great teacher gifts and it's easy to make a bunch to give in a pinch!

by cromley, devon
on January 28th, 2012

Fun to make!

by Burdick, Cindy
on January 22nd, 2012

One of my favorite fun & easy things to make. I have made too many of these to count. I make them as quick gifts for family, my kids' teachers, coaches, friends, etc. Love, love, love them!

by seaman, teresa
on January 12th, 2012


by Mitchell, Lynn
on January 11th, 2012

great pattern fun to make


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