Gather your materials: I use sew on snaps, but only because I don't have a snap press. I like to use safety pins and suspender clips as fasteners.
Cut 2 inch wide strips of cloth length can be anything; I like around 13 - 14 inches long.
If you have a 1ich bias tape maker: (if you don't skip to step 5)
Send the strip of fabric through, ironing as you go
Then fold that strip in half and iron again
If you don't have a bias tape maker, fold your strip in half and iron
Open the strip up, and fold the sides in to the middle line and iron
Then fold the strip back in half with the raw edges inside, and iron one more time
After you have your strips ironed, go back and fold in about 1.2 inch on each end and iron, the fold everything back up again.
Sew a straight line down the middle of each strip
Sew your snaps at each end. I like to leave between 2 or 4 inches between the snaps so that it can fit around a variety of toys and fasteners.
Use the tethers to keep track of hats on a windy day:
Or to make sure the paci doesn't fall to the car floor (that's just a hair tie wrapped around the handle)
Suspender clips can go on almost everything
Another way to attach tethers is to wrap them around and then fasten them to themselves!