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Coupon & Receipt Wallet Organizer

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Author Sheryl Hastings
Price $4.95
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These little wallets are fully lined and come in two sizes to better fit your needs. The elastic closure attaches at the back so you can hang this from your shopping cart for hands free coupon searching.

I also give you the templates so you can cut out the dividers from cardstock.

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Supplies for Smaller Wallet:
1 fat quarter for outside of wallet (or 1/3 yard of fabric which will make 2 wallets)
1 fat quarter for lining (or 1/3 yard of fabric which will make 2 wallets)
1/4 yard of fusible fleece (I used Pellon by the yard, 44” wide, makes two)
1 button, appx 1” size
6” piece of 1/4” wide elastic
Thread to match fabric
Button thread (or you can double your sewing thread when applying the button)
Cardstock for making the dividers

Supplies for Larger Wallet:
1 fat quarter for outside of wallet (or 1/3 yard of fabric which will make 2 wallets)
1 fat quarter for lining (or 1/3 yard of fabric which will make 2 wallets)
1/3 yard of fusible fleece (I used Pellon by the yard, 44” wide, makes two)
1 button, appx 1” size
7” piece of 1/4” wide elastic
Thread to match fabric
Button thread (or you can double your sewing thread when applying the button)
Cardstock for making the dividers

General supplies:
Scissors, pins, needle, paper & pencil, iron & ironing board, sewing machine, measuring tape or ruler, cutting mat with ruler & rotary cutter (optional), pressing cloth (any 100% cotton, light colored (prewashed)
fabric will work for a pressing cloth)

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