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Who is ready for another sewing tutorial?! I love making these for you guys and today we have a really fun project. In the video below, I’ll show you how to make a DIY Key Fob with a zipper compartment. It is the perfect project for using up your scrap statch! I use mine to store some emergency cash or when I don’t want to bring my whole wallet somewhere. I have also found that chapstick fits perfectly in there and during these cold winter months, we are always needing that! Let’s get to sewing!
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So what did you think?! It really is that simple- just a few straight stitches! I have loved having this on my keys. It makes me feel so much better knowing that I have some cash with me wherever I go in case they don’t take cards. I also love the bright fabric and Coats & Clark All-Purpose Zipper that I picked out, but of course, you can use whatever colors you like best! I just can’t get over how fun the NEW Coats & Clark Zipper Pulls are! This circle one is my FAVORITE!

As always, I am here to be your personal sewing cheerleader! You’ve got this guys!! If you happen to come across any questions that I don’t seem to answer in the video, just leave a comment on the video or this post and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can! Happy Sewing!!

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