DIY Simple Wallet Sewing Pattern
This super simple wallet pattern is a sleek and modern. It’s made from unconventional materials, and doesn’t follow the rules of your normal sewing pattern. The edges are left unfinished, so make sure you have a material source in mind that works with this pattern. This opens up the possibilities of using a whole array of ‘fabrics’ that you never thought you could before! Included in the simple wallet sewing pattern is a list of suggested fabrics, and lots of ideas for you to think creatively about your new wallet designs.
► Wallet measures 3.75″ wide x 2.75″ tall
► Wallet has one pocket for cards and one for cash
► Free shipping! Pattern is available for download immediately after payment is received
► The pattern is printed out on your home printer; reprint it as often as you like
► A great item for you to make and sell
► Pattern includes detailed step-by-step instructions with pictures
► Sewing skill level: Beginner
The pattern you’ll receive includes simple and easy step-by-step instructions, with pictures for each step, diagrams, and sewing tips. The pattern has been thoughtfully and carefully created, with all skill levels in mind, and thoroughly tested to make sure it’s easy to understand. The pattern is priced at $5.
► Piece of “fabric” that is at least 9″ x 12″
► Thread, scissors, pins, sewing machine
► Home printer, paper, ruler and tape
The “fabric” for this wallet isn’t your typical kind. You’ll need something that has edges that won’t fray, and doesn’t need finishing. Here are some ideas: leather or suede; stiff felt or vinyl, oilcloth; an old raincoat, tablecloth or purse; repurposed hard plastic bags (the dollar store has lovely printed ones); or you can laminate any paper like an old map of your favorite city, fun wrapping paper, kraft paper or wallpaper.