Fabric Key Fobs:
Materials: Interfacing (stiff) 9"L, 1.25"W, Fabric Scrap 9"L, 4.5"W, Key Fob Hardware, Pioneer Extra Strong Embellishment Glue Stick, Pliers, Iron
Iron fabric smooth, and fuse interfacing strip to back of fabric. Keep in mind your placement if you are looking to capture part of a pattern.
Fold over shortest edge, and make sure it is pressed against the interfacing (this is your template for the finished size). Press with iron.
Do the same on the other side, and folding under the raw edge to leave a clean line (this will be the inside/back). Press with iron.
Using the Pioneer Glue Stick, glue the last folded edge to the back of the fabric strip. I cover the fabric then with a paper towel and press. This glue stick is like magic! You can also opt to sew this in place. Trim loose threads on each end.
Get out the hardware we are ready to start putting this puppy together.
Fold the fabric strip in hald and press. Fold uner 1/4" on raw edges to the inside (side with seam). This allows the jaws of the hardware to really take hold. Place fabric strip in the key fob clamp and have your pliers ready. Make sure that there are no loose threads popping out, then gently squeeze enough just to hold the fabric strip in place.
Now get either another scrap piece of fabric (I use a paper towel) and cover the hardware before squeezing the pliers on the hardware. This will help in reducing any scratching of the hardware from the pliers. And I mean squeeze!
Add your split ring and you are done.
Hope this is detailed enough.