These donut keychains are perfect for all ages! The little ones can use them as okay food just leave off the keychain part for them.
School-age kids can attach them to their backpacks or lunchboxes and everyone else can use them on their keys. And of course, people who are old enough to drive can put them on their car keys!
These cute Pocket Monsters Keychains are big enough so your keys will never be lost again if you use them as a keychain. You can use them to cheer up your kids school bags, trick or treat bags for Halloween.
They are best made with DK weight yarn or light worsted in any color you choose. You can also use fancy yarn to give the moster more texture.
This Halycon Keychain is a fresh new keychain, perfect for the spring season. You can use yarn scraps to whip up these keychains in a flash for markets, craft shows, and last-minute gifts.
This crochet keychain pattern creates a wristlet keychain, but instructions are also included to customize your keychains to your style. Ideas include a lanyard length, chunky version, other possible materials, and more!
Here's a free crochet pattern for smiling slices of watermelon keychains. These keychains are perfect for teachers’ gifts or stocking stuffers!
It's cute, it's small, and you can whip up a batch of these in an evening for all the people on your list! So what better way to bring in the summer than with little smiling slices of watermelon?
One of the more overlooked type of free crochet patterns available are those for making keychains. In fact, keychains are useful and are a wonderful little project to introduce children to a world of creativity right there at their fingertips. They also represent a very good way to create small stocking stuffers for the holidays. This Free Amigurumi Ladybug Keychain Crochet Pattern is great for creating ladybugs in different colors to decorate keychains. This little stuffed ladybug could be work up quickly and easily. Keychains would look very cute in those crocheted attires.
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