My daughter Skyler has entered a stage where she likes to drop things for fun. This has resulted in countless lost pacifiers at stores, the zoo, and everywhere else. It finally dawned on me that I should make some pacifier leashes for her.
I decided to create two very different style of leashes that serve the same purpose. The first uses a scrap of fabric, a plastic clip, and a snap. The second is a no sew version made from a piece of leather, two rivets, a plastic clip, and a silicon pacifier holder.
Both versions are easy to make and work perfectly.
Check out the full video tutorial HERE!
Interested in any of the supplies I used?? Check out the links below:
Snap Setter – http://amzn.to/2jOG6r9
Rotary Cutter – http://amzn.to/2ohydPI
Hole Punch – http://amzn.to/2rS0mek
Pacifier Clips – https://ilikebigbuttons.com/collections/pacifier-supplies
Silicone Pacifier Holder – https://ilikebigbuttons.com/collections/pacifier-supplies/adapters
Rivets – http://amzn.to/2nDEAdj
Setting Kit – http://amzn.to/2nqRESr
**My daughter is already a year old and mobile so I made her leashes longer than I would have for a younger baby, so feel free to adjust the lengths to better suit your needs. As with any project intended for children, please use caution and if anything seems wrong don’t use it!**
I hope you all enjoyed this project! Let me know in the comments if you want to see more baby/kid how tos. A new sewing tutorial is coming next Wednesday! Until then, Happy Sewing!