Back to School — Owl Flash Drive Key Ring


Though we still have a few official weeks of Summer left, Labor Day weekend always feels like the crossing point between Summer & Fall. The air feels just a little bit different, and here in New England, you can actually spot the occasional red or orange leaf, indicative of the pending foliage season.

Wherever you live, the passing of Labor Day typically means that school is back in session. Whether your littles started 2 weeks ago, last week, or even today, chances are, things are a little different at home (or at work!) than they’ve been for the past few months! So, what did you make for your kids this year? Have you crafted any of our Back-to-School projects? We’ve still got a few more up our sleeve, so stay tuned;).

Today’s project is not only handy for your mini, but also for you! As flash drives are one of the most common methods of small file transfers these days, the Owl Flash Drive Key Ring is an essential for all, big and small! Designed by Anjeanette Klinder of By Anjeanette, this project is quick, easy and incredibly functional.


Materials List
— 1 Fat Eighth Light Brown Fabric
— 1 Fat Eighth Dark Brown Fabric
— Small Scrap Yellow Fabric
— One 3″ x 5-1/2″ rectangle of Pellon® 72F Peltex® II Ultra-Firm Stabilizer
Pellon® 805 Wonder-Under®
— One 3/4″ D-Ring
— 1 Snake Line Keychain
— Thread

Tools List
— Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
— Marker
— Scissors

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here. We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

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anjeanetteklinderAnjeanette is a wife, mother and creator. She dreams in fabric and likes to eat good food way too much. She blogs at

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