Stash Delve: Keyring Wrist Tabs

Way before I started blogging, I made a fabric wrist tab for my keyring so that I could find my keys in my handbag more easily. In fact, it was these wrist tabs that inspired my Stash Delve series in the first place. Perfect for using up small scraps of fabric and the keyring can be re-used from an old keyfob.

Wrist tabs

To get the neatest finish, I slip the keyring onto the folded (like bias tape) fabric. Unfold the fabric and join the short ends to form a circle. Then refold and sew the tram lines. The short end join can then be hidden when the keyring is sewn in place (see right hand image).

All my stash delves can be found in the Stash Delve Resource Page with quick-find information on fabric quantity and links to online tutorials.

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One response to “Stash Delve: Keyring Wrist Tabs

  1. This post couldn’t have come at a better time, as I was thinking of making something to hold my bicycle key just today. Thank you!

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