Handmade keychains, or key fobs as we call them in the sewing world, are fun to make and they are great to have in your vendor booth at craft shows. Since I have a few in-person shows coming up I thought I would make some more to add to my stock.
To make a ribbon key fob you need the following:
13″ cotton webbing
13″ grosgrain ribbon
key fob hardware
a lighter to melt the ribbon ends
needle nose pliers
scrap of fabric to protect hardware
Note: melt the ribbon ends first and do not light the flame when using E-6000 glue or while the glue is drying
Melt the ribbon ends to prevent fraying by passing the ribbon ends through the blue part of the flame on a lighter.
Clip the ribbon to the webbing and topstitch down each side.
Spread some E-6000 glue inside the key fob hardware. Fold the webbing in half and put the ends into the glue.
Close the hardware with your fingers and then squeeze it tight with the pliers. Use the fabric scrap to protect the hardware from scratches. Let the glue set and dry and you’re done!
All of us around the world are devastated by this week’s horrific events in Ukraine. We are wondering what we can do to help. This is one idea.
How to help Etsy sellers in Ukraine:
1. go to etsy-dot-com
2. type in search “digital file”
3. choose button “all filters”
4. scroll down and find “Shop Location” category
5. choose custom and type “Ukraine”
The result: in front of you are all the digital products of Ukrainian sellers. There are patterns, svg files and more. All of these products are automatically delivered to your e-mail, the seller does not have to post anything in real life, but she/he gets money to live on.
PLEASE buy something for yourself, for a friend as a gift or just for support. AND BE SURE TO SHARE!
Hello quilting friends! I have designed this fun Love Letter Postcard quilt block today. You can use it for Valentine’s day or anytime of the year. It features a cute fussy cut postage stamp. Mine has a frog prince for the postage stamp.
This quilt block can be 8 x 12 inches finished or 12 x 12 inches finished if you add a top and bottom border.
Note: my sample block has borders made from the background fabric but I suggest using a different fabric so the postcard shape shows up. I think I will take my borders off and either make this into a mug rug or switching up my border fabric.
Enjoy this free snowflake quilt block pattern that I have designed for the Daydreams of Quilts Community! This block finishes at 12 inches square. You will need two fat quarters of fabric and a 2 1/2″ square fussy cut.
The two main fabrics in my sample block are by Canadian Fabric designer Libs Elliott for Andover Fabrics. I used a fussy cut from a batik fabric for the block centre.
Download the free pattern file to get started. I have created a YouTube tutorial for this quilt bock as well.
Hi everyone! Just a quick note to let you know our Black Friday sale is live on Etsy and this weekend is best last chance to shop for Christmas delivery. Physical and digital products are on sale up to 30% off. Orders over $100.00 CDN receive free tracked shipping.
Daydreams of Quilts has a new website! You can find all of our digital patterns, physical handmade items and print on demand items there! We also offer international shipping from our website as well.
We are still on Etsy too! Currently personalized items such as stockings and gift bags are only available in our Etsy shop. Shipping on Etsy is available to Canada and USA. Digital patterns are available worldwide. We have our new print on demand items on Etsy too.
Shop our early Black Friday 20% off sale now on either site to beat the rush and avoid shipping backlogs.