Use straight pins to attach the unpainted pieces of burlap to the painted pieces. Fold over one or two pieces of ribbon (we used two) to create the hook for the tag. Pin the ribbon(s) between the two pieces of burlap. Sew straight lines around the letter. Make sure the ribbon hook is stitched in so it will stay in place.
Create a fringe at the edges of the burlap by gently pulling on the end strings. Go close to the sewed line, but not right up against it.
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