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Key Chain Chomp DIY

I am easily distracted and I procrastinate a lot. I was on Pinterest (naturally) when I came across a key chain cosy in the shape of a fish. This was enough to make me think of Super Mario Bros. and instead of finishing the hundred other projects I’ve got going, I decided to make a Key Chain Chomp:Key Chain Chomp 10- Pops de Milk

I’d been wanting to make a key cover because, even keys get cold right?

Here’s what you need to make a Super Mario Key Chain Chomp:

– Black yarn, I used acrylic

-Size 3.00mm crochet hook, this is what I used but it’s whatever works for your key size.

-White and black felt

-Sewing needle and thread

-Yarn needle

-Key chain

-Pliers

First, crochet the body. Make two pieces.Key Chain Chomp 7- Pops de Milk

Round 1: start 6 sc in ring but do not join because you don’t want to make a circle.

Round 2: ch 1, turn and increase in each stitch (12 sts)

Round 3: ch 1, turn, [inc, sc] to end (18 sts)

Round 4: ch 1, turn [inc, sc in next 2 sts] to end (24 sts)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing. Make the second piece and weave in ends.Key Chain Chomp 1- Pops de Milk Key Chain Chomp 2- Pops de Milk Key Chain Chomp 3- Pops de Milk Key Chain Chomp 4- Pops de Milk

With white felt, cut out a row of small triangles to make the teeth and sew onto mouth. Cut out the eyes with white and black felt and sew those on as well.
Key Chain Chomp 6- Pops de MilkKey Chain Chomp 8- Pops de Milk

With a yarn needle sew completed pieces together, making sure key fits inside.

For the chain I bought a key chain from the dollar store and with pliers I took it apart so I’d be left with just the chain.Key Chain Chomp 9- Pops de Milk

Sew the chain to the key cosy and you’re done!Key Chain Chomp 10- Pops de Milk

 

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19 thoughts on “Key Chain Chomp DIY

  1. Love love your key chain cozy, it is a must do, I never can find the right key to the back door, yeah a chomper on it !!!!!!

  2. Love this idea. Will try to make one of these for the hubby to throw in his stocking at Christmas.

  3. Thank you for this pattern. I’m making some for my sons for Christmas, except in yellow. Think Pacman.

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