**THIS IS NOT A PATCH, SHIRT, OR A PHYSICAL ITEM. NOTHING WILL BE MAILED TO YOU. YOU NEED AN EMBROIDERY MACHINE TO USE THIS DIGITAL ITEM.**
Included in this download is a design and tutorial to make a 4″, 5″, 7″, 8″, and 9″ wristlet fob suitable for a 1″ OR 1.25″ wristlet hardware!
NOTE: 4″ and 5″ wristlet fobs would not actually fit on any human. You can make these for a doll, or just as a cute key fob. 7″ size is approximately the right size for a child. You can see by my sample photo that I created two very small ones for fun. If making one for an adult, I’d use the 8″ or 9″ size, also remembering that you’ll lose approximately .5″ when you crimp the ends into the hardware.
There is also a YouTube video on creating a very similar project here!
You’ll need software to merge a name or other personalization on to these fobs. I use Embrilliance Essentials.
NOTE: Fonts NOT included. I used (top) Maximus in 1.5″ (sized down using Embrilliance) and (bottom) Weston in 1″ size.
Please open instructions and read before crafting. Feel free to hack or edit the construction in any way that’s easiest for you! Formats DST, PES, EXP, HUS, JEF, VIP, VP3, XXX
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