Next a piece of wool felt was selected on which I traced around the pattern with a felt tip pen. Then the felt was cut out.
In the first example I used a stencil to outline the letters I wanted to use on a contrasting color of felt. I cut them out and glued them to surface of the key fob. Then the letters were outlined with a bottle of glitter writer I had in my stash of supplies.
In the next example I embroidered my Hebrew name on what was to be the back of key fob before I bonded the front and back together.
My last key fob was the most fun to make. Rosh Hashanah (New Years) extends from sundown on September 4 through 6 this year and heralds the soon coming Fall Feasts. Already I have been thinking about projects for the Fall Feasts so this one is getting me in the right mindset.