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We've got your keys covered...
I was looking at those plastic key covers for helping you identify your keys, and began to wonder if I could make some myself. When I saw some made out of stitched leather I thought I could do the same thing myself.

The only hard part is cutting the hole out in the center for the key ring to go through. (Also, putting it on the keyring made the felt dirty.)

These are just my trial versions. I would probably do something like embroider something like a flower or letter on them to make them more unique and fun.

Posted by DreamsInBloom from Cedar City, Utah, United States • Published See DreamsInBloom's 20 projects »
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kiddo
kiddo · Corryton, Tennessee, US · 132 projects
Great idea! I have so many keys that I often try out the wrong ones. I'll have to try this! God knows I have enough felt!
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DreamsInBloom
DreamsInBloom · Cedar City, Utah, US · 21 projects
Thanks for the comments. Happy
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DreamsInBloom
DreamsInBloom · Cedar City, Utah, US · 21 projects
KMOM14, your comment about looking for keys in the dark reminded me that I saw some glow in the dark embroidery thread. I think it was at www.sublimestitching.com. So you could stitch your key cover together with that or embroider something on it. Or use some glow in the dark paint on it.
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Sugarlishes
Sugarlishes · Fort Hood, Texas, US · 136 projects
that is a snazzy idea!Happy
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KMOM14
KMOM14 · Fort Wayne, Indiana, US · 377 projects
If you have a keyring that is approaching what a jailer's would look like (like mine) color coding them, or even texture covering them with different fabrics if you have to look for them in the dark is a great idea. Thanks for sharing it with us!
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DreamsInBloom
DreamsInBloom · Cedar City, Utah, US · 21 projects
lol Pink ravioli!

Those were cut with pinking shears to get that effect. (In case someone out there doesn't know.)
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camilaustral
camilaustral · Concepcion, Bio-Bio, CL · 9 projects
i love the idea! very simple and cheap.

the zigzag one looks like raviolli Tongue
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DreamsInBloom
DreamsInBloom · Cedar City, Utah, US · 21 projects
Thanks.
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CO + K User

coollies
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CO + K User

very nice idea. Felt is the best!
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