Another adorable key pouch pattern to add to the series of the animal purse and pouch projects, please meet Ba Nana Monkey Key Pouch, I hope you love it too. Kick start 2018 with all these lovely and cuteness overload animal themed projects really makes my days contented, I feel like I am back to the natures to get more inspirations. Click “Previous” at the bottom of the post (before the social media icons) to find out more recent posts that are related to this or you can view them at “You Might Like Them As Well” section. Expect more animalized projects coming soon.
A key pouch is a great key cozy as it prevents the keys from wandering around when you put them in the bag. When the keys are wandering in your bag or purse, there is a high tendency that they scratch the lining of your purse or tangle up with loose corded item like headphone wire, charger wire, necklace, hair band etc (I know it well as I always pull up a whole bunch of items from my purse when I get my keys, so embarrassing). If you make it with the lobster claw clasp as I did, you can simply hook it on the strap of your purse to become an ornament to decorate your purse or bag. The fabric key pouch is washable, just pop it into your washing machine while doing your ordinary laundry (remember to remove your keys before washing). Last but not least, you will get someone admires at you that you have such a cute extraordinary key pouch that is uniquely handmade by you…. and it is LIMITED EDITION!
Ba Nana Monkey Key Pouch – Free Sewing Pattern
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Let’s talk about the detail of this little Ba Nana Monkey Key Pouch, it measures around 4.5″ W x 3.75″ H, excluding the lobster claw clasp at the top of the key pouch. The key pouch can easily hold up to 8 normal keys, fully hidden inside and feeling cozy in there too **wink wink**. This key pouch design comes with a pocket at the back with a flap-closure, you may keep some small change in there as emergency money. The main materials are fabric (I used yarn dye fabric, just in case you want to know), felt and batting, black button eyes, a snap button for the pocket at the back, key ring, lobster claw clasp connected to a leather cord. Click to the next page for more details on the other items and their quantity you will need to sew this.
Often, I received photos from crafters that show me their version of work (thank you for showing me, I really love to see as many as you could show). I have got some interesting feedback saying that why they can’t make the animals looks exactly like mine. No worries if they don’t look exactly the same, no 2 handmade looks the same even from my own hand and this is the beauty of handmade. Look at our fingers, they all have different length but they have their own function, right? Your creation has your own style and character, that makes it unique. I always encourage my followers to go wild with my patterns, as wild as you can, you will be able to come out with your own design soon.
Put lots of love and patience in your handmade, do it slowly and don’t rush don’t get angry, enjoy every moment of the togetherness. This is my principle of handmade. Now you know why I seldom sell my handmade, as I don’t make them in bulk and each of them has my blessing in it. I rather giveaway to some I love and care about that money is beyond this relationship.