Making a Embroidered Ribbon Key Fob Hardware Wristlet
- Ribbon of your choosing (Narrower than the Cotton Webbing)
- 1x 10″ Piece of 1.25″ Cotton Webbing
- 1x 10″ Piece of Ribbon
- 1 Key Fob Hardware and Split Ring
- Key Fob Hardware Pliers
- Fray Check
- Wonder Clips
- Standard Sewing Machine with Embroidery option
- Cut a 10" section of the Cotton Webbing and Ribbon of your choosing.
- The ribbon I was using was made of polyester so I used a lighter to seal the ends of the ribbon so it doesn't fray. (If you are unsure, you may want to practice on a scrap piece if this is your first time or you are unsure of the what the material is made of.)
- Using my Standard Sewing Machine with Embroidery options, I picked the word I wanted on my ribbon and sewed it on my ribbon. I folded my ribbon in half and estimated about where the letters would end up and came up with about 2 1/2" to 3" down to get the font centered on the Wristlet once finished.
- Use Fray Check to seal the end of the Cotton Webbing.
- I laid out my Ribbon and Rick Rack how I wanted it to look using my Wonder Clips. Love them!
- Sew up one side of the Ribbon and down the other. The Ribbon should now be securely attached to the Cotton Webbing.
- Fold the Cotton Webbing in half, right sides facing out and match up the ends.
- Stitch the ends together with a 1/4" seam allowance.
- Trim any loose threads.
- Tuck the sewn seam ends into the Key Fob Hardware, making sure that the Cotton Webbing is centered.
- Using Key Fob Hardware Pliers squeeze the Key Fob Hardware closed with gentle pressure.
- Note the adjustable screw set to the distance I want the pliers to go to.
- Add the Split Ring and Yay!!!
- I love them and now I have a set for myself too!