I can't never share enough of wallet projects indeed :). I've been wanting to make a simple wallet for my son to be his first wallet. I managed to create one for him (the one with blue rocket/space fabric - leftover from making his quilt few years ago).
I like the outcome so much, then I thought why not make another one (the pink one with button snap closure to add variation to this pattern). Although these wallets are labeled for "kids", they can be made for adult too, especially if you like minimalistic wallet style.
The zip around wallet purse is such a versatile addition in your collection. It has everything that a wallet should function for, from credit card slots, cash compartments, zipper pocket, enough room to carry your cellphone, with bonus adjustable strap and a wristlet strap.
Finished wallet measurements : approx. 8" x 4 1/2" (20.3 x 11.5 cm)
6x card slots (each slot can accommodate up to 2x cards)
1x zipper pocket
2x slip pocket compartments (for cash, passport, boarding pass, etc)
2x middle compartments (perfect for cellphone)
Here's a new wallet pattern that I'm so excited to share with you this year. If you're looking for a pretty wallet that can carry lots of cards, along with your phone, passport, cash, receipt, coins, etc, yet simple enough to make, the Anisa wallet might be the one for you.
Wallet finished measurements : approx. 7 3/4" x 4 1/4" (19.6 x 10.8 cm) when closed.
Today I am so excited to share with you this adorable yet very functional Small Trifold Wallet project.
Finished wallet measurements : approximately 4 1/2" x 4 1/4" (11.4 x 10.8 cm) when folded.
6x card slots (each slot may hold up to 2 cards)
2x hidden slots (to store more cards, receipt, etc)
2x money compartments
1x external zipper pocket
Button snap closure
Optional RFID blocking; you may purchase RFID blocking fabric here.
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Duo Bifold Wallet Project
Finished measurements : 7 1/2" x 5" (19 x 12.7 cm)- when folded
8 card pockets
2x compartments (for cash/ cellphone)
1x Zipper pocket
Magnetic snap or button snap closure
Wristlet Strap (optional)
Finished Measurements : 5 1/2" x 4 1/2" (14 x 11.4 cm) - when folded
8 card pockets
2x compartments (for folded notes, or extra cards)
1x zipper pocket
Magnetic snap or button snap closure
Click the buttons below to download the PDF pattern (cutting instructions)
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The Dainty wallet, is a darling little wallet that is perfect for your daily errands. If you like a simple wallet to carry few cards, and a bit of cash, this will be the one for you.
Finished wallet measurements : Approx. 3" x 4 3/4" (7.6 x 12 cm) when folded.
4x card slots
2x little compartments (for folded notes or few extra cards)
Button flap closure
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Hope you enjoy this project. Thanks for stopping by and happy sewing.
The trifold tea wallet is a delightful little project for you to do in one afternoon with your cup of tea. Perfect to carry your favorite tea bags, or to be given to any tea lover you know.
Finished wallet measurements : 3 1/2" x 5" (8.9 x 12.7cm) when folded.
6x tea slots (each slot can fit up to 2x standard size tea bags).
Up to 12x tea bags capacity
Button & elastic closure.
In this episode, I also do a fun unboxing session of two fabulous products from HOCHANDA.
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Products that are featured in the unboxing session:
Craft Yourself Silly - Fabazine
Fabazine comes with 12 unique and exciting projects. A fantastic way to learn new things without being too overwhelming. I was so excited when I saw the weaving loom, since I have been interested in weaving for a while, so this will be a great way for me to start learning.
Make-it-Joe variety stash box
Make-it-Joe variety stash box is the ultimate soft craft surprise stash box packed full of fabrics in a variety of designs, weights, sizes, mixed with bits and bobs and more.
I was pleasantly surprised with the contents that come with it, and decided to use some of the fabrics and supplies from the box to make the tea wallets.
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Hope you enjoy making this wallet.
The lanyard ID wallet is a fun, functional, and giftable little project for you to make. This little wallet comes with an ID slot (that can fit credit card size ID), a zipper compartment to keep extra cards or credit card, and a little zipper pocket to hold a chapstick, lip balm, or some coins, plus a keychain to hook your keys.
Finished wallet measurements : approx. 4 1/2" x 3 1/2" (11.4 x 9 cm)
Strap drop : 18" (45.7 cm)
Here's a lovely little wallet project for you to sew. This small bifold wallet, is a basic, minimalistic wallet, yet very functional with enough compartments to keep your cash, cards, some coins, parking ticket, etc.
I created men's version and women's version for the fun of it. The constructions are literally the same, only differences are the fabric choice, and the additional button flap closure for the women's version. Although both designs are quite unisex, so choose as you please :).
Finished wallet measurements 4" x 4" (10.2 x 10.2 cm)
3 card slots
1 zipper Pocket
1 cash slot
2 additional compartments
Button flap closure (if opt one)
Hope you enjoy this project. Happy Sewing!
This cellphone wristlet is a cute yet functional little pouch for you to make. Great to take with you for errands, out for a walk, coffee date, pretty much anywhere you wish to go without having to take an entire purse with you.
Front zipper pocket
Front Slip Pocket
The finished measurements of this pouch are approximately 4.5" x 8" , the zipper closure opening measures 4" wide, I can fit my iPhone XR (with chunky casing that makes the phone bigger) with a little extra room. This pouch should fit most smartphones (except of the super large ones) - if needed, you can increase the width measurement to suit yours.
You may watch the full video tutorial on my Youtube channel.
Let's Get Started!
2x Fat eight, or use any fabric that you might have in your stash (Fabric A,B)
Fusible fleece (thermolam) 16" x 5.5"
Fusible woven interfacing 5" x 19"
Lining fabric 5.5" x 17"
2x all purpose zipper 1" wide (at least 6" long)
1/2" swivel hook
Basic sewing notions
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~Front and back exterior~
From Fabric B : 5.5" x 8.5" (cut 2x)
From Fusible Fleece : 5.5" x 8" (cut 2x)
~Front Zipper & Slip Pockets~
Cut From Fabric A
Panel 1 : 5.5" x 2" (cut 1x)
Panel 2 & 3 : 5.5" x 5" (cut 1x each)
Panel 4 & 5 : 5.5" x 7" (cut 1x each)
From Fusible woven interfacing
For Panel 1 : 5.5" x 2"
For Panel 2 : 5.5" x 5"
From lining fabric 5.5" x 8.5" (cut 2x)
~Strap anchor tab~
From fabric A : 2.5" x 2" (cut 1x)
From fabric A : 13" x 2" (cut 1x)
From fusible woven interfacing : 12" x 1" (cut 1x)
1. Apply Fusible Fleece on the wrong side of the exterior pieces.
2. Apply fusible woven interfacing on zipper pocket panel 1&2.
3. Lay the zipper right side up, lay panel 1 right side down, aligning the upper edges of the zipper tape with the lower edges of panel 1. Secure with some sewing clips/pin, then sew with 1/4" seam allowance.
4. Press the seams, then top stitch.
5. Lay panel 2 right side up, lay the zipper right side down, then lay panel 3 right side down, aligning the top and side edges off all the fabrics, secure them in place with some sewing clips then sew with 1/4" seam allowance.
6. Press the seams (both the front and the back) , then topstitch.
7. Trim excess zipper.
8. Lay panel 3 right side up, lay the zipper panel right side up, pin them in place, then sew all around with 1/4" of seam allowance.
9. Lay panel 4 right side up, lay the zipper pocket panel right side down, sew the top edges with 1/4" of seam allowance.
10. Press the seams open, then topstitch along the top edges.
11. Lay the front exterior piece, right side up, lay the pocket panel right side down, aligning the sides and the bottom edges, secure them in place with some sewing clips, then sew along the edges with 1/4" of seam allowance.
12. Sew the strap anchor tab
13. Feed the strap anchor through the hole of the d-ring
14. Position the strap anchor 1" down from the top edge of the front exterior piece, secure in place with a sewing clip, then sew with 1/4" seam allowance
15. Sew the wristlet strap.
16. Lay the front exterior piece right side up, lay the zipper right side down, lay the lining right side down, secure them with some sewing clips, then sew with 1/4" seam allowance.
17. Separate the fabric from the zipper, press the seams, topstitch.
18. Lay the back exterior right side up, lay the zipper right side down, lay the second lining piece right side down, secure them in place with some sewing clips then sew with 1/4" of seam allowance.
19. Separate the fabrics from the zipper, press the seams, then topstitch.
20. Trim off any excess zipper.
21. Separate the exterior pieces from the lining pieces (with the right sides touching each other), secure them in place with some sewing clips (matching the zipper seams) then sew with 3/8" seam allowance, leaving about 3" of opening at the bottom edge of the lining.
22. Cut all the corners, be careful not to cut through the stitches, turn the pouch inside out through the opening hole. Tip : Poke the corners with a knitting needle or chopstick, or skewer.
23. Sew the opening hole close.
24. Give your pouch a final pressing.
25. Attach the wristlet strap, Enjoy!