Diy Cat Keychain and Key Cover

How to make Kitten that protects items in a purse

Diy Cat Keychain and Key Cover
 

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Milia SimielliPublished on 19 days ago

Besides being adorable, these keychains cover the key, preventing them from damaging objects in your purse.

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What you will need

Cotton fabric

Acrylic blanket

Pen or fabric ink

Thread, needle, applique pins

Waxed cord

Key ring

Beads or accessories (optional)

How to do this project

1

Mold

2

Pass the mold onto the fabric

Pass the mold onto the fabric, cut, sew the ears and the details.

Pass the mold onto the fabric, cut, sew the ears and the details.

3

Position the ears and sew them

4

Sew only the central part

Position the right side of the lining with the sewn part (with the ears already sewn on) and sew only the central part above. Do the same with the back and the other part of the lining.

5

Unite already sown parts

Unite both of the already sown parts in an open fashion, so as to get: right side of the lining front and back, and, on the other part, the right side of the cat, front and back. Sew the sides until you reach the seam you've already applied on top.

6

Apply the sheath at the bottom

Turn inside out, check if the ears are properly positioned, and apply the sheath at the bottom.

Turn inside out, check if the ears are properly positioned, and apply the sheath at the bottom.

7

Place the key ring or bead

Place the waxed cord on the key ring, and, if you want, you can add a bead, for example.
Place the waxed cord on the key ring, and, if you want, you can add a bead, for example.

Place the waxed cord on the key ring, and, if you want, you can add a bead, for example.

8

Stitch the cord opening

After positioning the cord, apply some invisible stitches to close that opening.

After positioning the cord, apply some invisible stitches to close that opening.

9

All done!

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