Little Lady Key Fob

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finished soda can tab lady key fobThis cute little lady is simple to make, but a little fiddly because she is so tiny. Have a little patience and take your time and you will be pleased with the result.



supplies for making key fob


  1. Tie the cord to the pull tab, saving some of the cord for the hair.
  2. tying yarn to pull tab and leaving a bit for part of her hair
    Tab with yarn looped on
  3. Make two little black back stitches on a scrap of fabric for the eyes.
  4. using black thread to make eyes on fabric scrap
  5. Check that the face fits within the tab.
  6. check fitting face placement on fabric against tab opening
  7. Make one red back stitch for the mouth.
  8. Little Lady Key Fob

  9. Cut the cloth to fit.
  10. using scissors to cut out face from fabric
  11. Apply glue to the back of the tab.
  12. adding glue to back side of pull tab
  13. Stick the face in place.
  14. Little Lady Key Fob
  15. Snip some cord into short lengths and apply to the front for the hair.
  16. little snips of cord to glue on for hair
  17. Cut another contrasting piece to fit the other space and glue in place.
  18. second piece of fabric has been cut to fit other opening on tab and now glued

  19. Now cut a backing piece and glue in place.
  20. backing fabric has been cut to cover the entire back
    backing now applied to lower tab opening
  21. Tie the other end of the cord to the key ring and seal the ends with a little dab of glue.
  22. finished key fob with car key ring  attached and cord glued, closeup photo
  23. And there you have your sweet little lady key fob.
  24. key attached to fob lying on wood grain surface

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December 17, 20161 found this helpful

Very nice, and super creative!!!

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December 21, 20160 found this helpful

Thankyou x

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