These easy key fobs are made using left over scraps. I used my BERNINA 560 to make them. You can make several with key fob hardware and scraps of fabric. They make great gifts. If you go to www.quirkyb.com I have a free tutorial video available. Materials: 1″ Key Fob hardware Scraps of fabric at least 4″ wide and enough to make a 13″ long strip of fabric when pieced together 1- 4″ x13″ Light to Medium Weight Woven Fusible interfacing. Coordinating thread, 90/14 universal needle, cutting mat, rotary cutter and sewing machine. I sewed all my scraps together to get a 13″ long strip. Then press it and trim if needed to 13″ long. Fuse the interfacing to the wrong side of the fabric per the manufacturer’s instructions. Press the strip lengthwise in half with wrong sides together and raw edges meeting at the center. Then fold again lengthwise in half again with right sides together and the folded edge meeting at the center. Now a 1″ wide by 13″ strip is formed. Sew along both sides with an 1/8″ seam allowance topstitch. Using the key fob hardware, fold the fabric in half with the two short ends meeting. Place inside the key fob and squeeze with a pliers. It is a fun and quick project as well as a fabric stash buster. I had fun and they are easy to do with my BERNINA 560.