Next cut 2 inch lengths of some different coloured fabrics (or you can use the same colours you are already using).
With the pattern side down, fold in half and press. Then open the fabric out again and fold the outer edges into the middle and press. Next fold in and press again. Finally pin it together and stitch all the way down.
Then cut some of your tags into a smaller size and thread through some plastic clips. You can use any really, but for saftey, the guide lines for babies are anything that can fit into a film canister is too small.
I then stitched the end of the clip to hold it in place.
I am not sure if you can see this, but taking another short piece of tag material, fold down one end to stop it from fraying. Then put a piece of velcro on top, I did this with two pieces of fabric tag. One with the rough side, and one with the softer side of the velro.
Then stitch on the velcro. Great.
Taking another length of tag material, put two small pieces of velcro on it so a loop can be formed. This is so you can attach other toys to your taggie. Also it can stop it from getting thrown on the ground and then lost.
Next cut out some lengths of different sized ribbon's. You could use different textured ribbons, but my bub likes the satin ones.
Now it is time to arrange your tag's. You can put them wherever you like. Just leave two asside, and leave one end of the taggie free of tags. We will get to that later.
Now lay the remaining outer piece of material over the lot (face down).
Now pin everything together, it is best to pin on the tags.
Now leave this end free, with the two left over tags. Sew the corners and leave about a 15cm hole. Nearly done.
After sewing all the way around, it should look like this.
Turn it all inside out and press. Now position the last two tags in the hole.
Now all you need to do is sew it shut. Yay, you are done!