Quick and Easy Sew Thankful Fabric Yo-Yo Key Chain project

Fabric Yo-Yo Key Chains are sew easy and stylish you’ll want to make one to match each of your handbags. A fast, functional and easy-to-make purse accessory!

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Each key chain requires:

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7 Responses to “Quick and Easy Sew Thankful Fabric Yo-Yo Key Chain project”

  1. Nell Caldwell says:

    Thank you for this cute use of yo yo’s.
    I have a small pillow using yo yo’s my grandmother made for me in 1934.
    My mother made 34 king size yo yo spreads, finishing the last one when she was 89 and in a nursing home.

    She made a spread for each of my 3 grandchildren, to be given to them at their wedding shower. She passed away when they were about 12. When they each received one at the shower and the note from her was read, there were quite a few tears shed.


  2. Super idea for using up these yoyos’. I had also found a vintage pattern booklet on “ebay” that was used in the 70s’. Easy to get tunnel vision when using templates and it’s great to see easy outside the box ideas from another sewer.
    Much appreciated.

  3. Kerrydi says:

    This are wonderful and look simple enough. You can take the YoYo maker with you in a zip lock baggie and make YoYo’s while waiting around in the car or at work during lunch.

  4. Dianne says:

    Thanks for this fantastic little idea. I am currently doing a key chain swap with my quilt group, and this is so fittingly different to other ideas. Thanks I will use this wisely for my friends. From Australia

  5. Joe Ann Wood says:

    Thank you for this pattern. I teach quilting @ our local senior citizen building. I am always looking for something I can give to the ladies @ Christmas time. This will be great!

  6. Tracy Chapman says:

    You’re welcome Milla. Happy sewing! Sending you hugs & smiles from New Mexico, USA, Tracy

  7. Milla says:

    Thanks for your wonderful projects!
    Milla from the Czech Republic, Europe.

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