So a few month ago I was walking on the greenbelt (a walking/biking path around a river) and I lost my keys. I was so mad for not only the hassle but my cute I love NY key chain- I'm a proud New Yorker, transplanted in Idaho. Anyways, luckily I had my library card attached to the keys and an hour after I realized I lost them I got a call from the library telling me to go to the police station because somebody turned them in! Yayy! It was very humiliating to walk in there and ask the police man for my keys back, and I never lose things. Now I'm paranoid I'll lose them again and was trying to figure out a way to make them easier not to lose. I found a tutorial on the idea room, an awesome blog to check out!
two fabrics, unless you just want to make it one color
1 purse strap clip- found mine at JoAnn's
Cut your fabric 2 3/4" x 13"
fusible interfacing 3/4" x 12"
Iron each edge lengthwise about 1/4"
Next fold your fabric in half lengthwise and iron again. Your fabric should look like this. Put the interfacing in between the fabric and sew as close to the edge as you can.
After it is sewn it is sewn it should look like this.
Sew the two edges together, overlapping one end.
Fold the raw edges of the ribbon between the fabric making sure the ribbon is even before you sew it to the fabric
The final outcome! I may make it a little different next time, but for the first time it was pretty simple.