Quick and Simple Key Fobs Tutorial

Welcome to the first post in our Seasonal Sewing Series.  I've already seen many of the projects that are coming your way over the next few weeks, and I've been amazed at the quality of both the projects and the tutorials.  Puts my little project to shame!  But at least these won't take you long to make …

I'm kicking us off today with something very quick and simple you can make for the festive season – a quick and simple key fobs tutorial.

key fobs tutorial

These are great to make at this time of year.  These really do take just minutes to make and are inexpensive.  A quick and easy project for:

  • Valentine's Day presents
  • birthday gifts
  • party favors
  • earning a little extra cash on Etsy
  • practical, we all need them

There are so many pretty ribbons available in so many designs, that if you want to make these on a specific theme you can do.  How about for sports fans, cat lovers, or coffee addicts – you can find a ribbon to suit them all.

Take a look at the video to see how easy it is.

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Kelly
Kelly

Thank you! Love this tutorial and look forward to making many key fobs.

Mayra Cecilia
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Reply to  Kelly

Thank you! Enjouy!

senorenapeepers
senorenapeepers

So nice to see you Deb. I’ve missed your sewing tutes. Please do more projects more often.

Mayra Cecilia
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Sad for you Deb is no longer with So-Sew-Easy, she sold the blog to me in late 2015, which is why she is not with us. This is an old video and an old project a reprint so to speak because the content is very good. Hope you can still spend time on the site. I am making my best effort to share free advice, pattern and tutorials for everyone to enjoy.

Vanda Kelly
Vanda Kelly

I love this fast and easy project. This will be something I can make for my sons’ teachers.

molli vandehey
molli vandehey

my daughter is the sewer in the family. cant wait to see what she comes up with

Peggy Mays
Peggy Mays

I am going to make scarves and maybe some hats.

Heather B
Heather B

I am currently working on some new felties for hair clips

Diane
Diane

Cute key fobs. I’ll be working on some zipper pouches for gifts. Thanks for this tutorial and chance to win!

beth
beth

id like to make a scarf

Karen Drake
Karen Drake

I am hoping to make a festive table runner and placemats this year.

allyson becker
allyson becker

planning a tree skirt

Judith R.
Judith R.

Every holiday, I sew little drawstring bags and fill them with sweets for my sweet nieces and nephews.

Stephen
Stephen

My mom and son!

Serena Powell
Serena Powell

I’m going to be making stockings

amy mayer
amy mayer

a seasonal skirt for the holiday parties

eleanor
eleanor

I’m making a Christmas baby blanket

Barbara Lima
Barbara Lima

Great easy idea!

Anastacia
Anastacia

I’m more of a knitter/crocheter fiber artist, but I have a sewing machine & I’m always looking for quick & easy gift ideas. I just bought a stack of scrap fabric, having no idea what I was going to do with it but the fabric was just so cute! So thanks – even with my basic sewing skills I think I can manage this.

shannonsfun
shannonsfun

I don’t have any right now.

Amy
Amy

These are quite nifty! Thanks for the inspiration and lovely giveaway

Marchelle A-D
Marchelle A-D

Thanksgiving themed Yarmulke for my husband. Hanakkuh is on Thanksgiving this uear!

Emma Lawson

Such a rad sewing series! Looking forward to more posts.

Brigitte Cowan
Brigitte Cowan

I plan on making these key fobs. I’m ALWAYS looking for keys in my purse and this would help.

Rochelle
Rochelle

Looking forward to trying these key fobs, also been making Snowflake Ornaments. Just finished a couple LiL Twister pattens, a Halloween spider and a couple 2 color tablerunners.

Janis S
Janis S

I don’t have plans to sew anything this year, but am knitting some scarves….and I think I’ll have to make some key fobs too.

Gaye Proctor

These key fobs are great and a great giveaway too.

Mimi O

These a really sweet…something to add to sewing for stocking stuffers. 😀

Mimi O
Reply to  Mimi O

Opps…I meant to say…these ARE really sweet.
P.S. I enjoyed your video tutorial as well. Simple and easy…

Hannah Elizabeth Smith

a great start to the seasonal sewing series

Joy
Joy

I have planned to sew pyjamas, softies and board shorts 🙂

Lora Howard
Lora Howard

Being in a new home (after divorce) and now with the love of my life, I’m busy trying to get everything ready for the holidays, ornaments, tree skirt, stockings, etc. I’m also wanting to make some cute embellished t-shirts/onesies for my grandkids.

Wanda Bergman
Wanda Bergman

I would like to sew a tree skirt.

Sue Cooper
Sue Cooper

I think these keys fobs are really ingenious. I plan on sewing some purses for gifts this year.

Paula
Paula

The key fobs are really cute! This year some of the gifts will be purses and bags sewn by me. Thanks for the giveaway!
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Sidra Goldsmit
Sidra Goldsmit

I’m so excited to make these key fobs. It’s perfect for gifts all year long. Thanks for sharing

Cindy
Cindy

I’m going to make some of the key fobs for my family to put in their stockings. I love that they are quick, so I’m sure to be able to fit them in between my many other projects. Thanks for the tutorial.

geni
geni

Super cute and easy too. I have often wanted to try a Sewaholic pattern also.