How to Make a Pocket Knife Keyring

May 12, 2015


This week I’m making a pocket knife keyring for my keys. This is a fun project that helps store a lot of keys in a very flat area. Unlike a regular keyring, this helps keep the keys flat and tucked away until you want to pull them out. I found this project over at and it came with step-by-step instructions. I used 1/4″ red oak for mine and a little bit of galvanized metal. I cut an oval shaped over at my scroll saw and glued the metal to the wood with some super glue. I added some wipe-on poly to bring out the grain in the wood. After that, I drilled a hole in each end and threaded the keys through the bolt. To finish it off, I put lock nuts on the end of the bolt. This project was very easy to make and I had a lot of fun creating it. I encourage people with a lot of keys to make this swiss army knife key ring.


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