|Format||PDF (Download Only)|
|Author||The Crochet Diva|
You will want to have this wallet with you everywhere you go! At 4.25" wide and 4" tall, this little organizer will be the perfect companion to any purse, or show off how cute it is and carry it alone.
With six separate credit card slots, a business card compartment, a place for all of your money a key ring and even a convenient little coin pocket on the back, you won't want to leave home without this!
The fabric combinations are endless! Make one to match all of your purses. These also make fantastic gifts to give to your friends. Everyone will want to know where you bought that sassy little wallet! Won't they be suprised when you told them you made it!!
With this SEWING PATTERN, you’ll be able to make your very own FAVORITE wallet! I created this pattern with the beginner sewer in mind.
For added clarity, this pattern includes full size pattern pieces along with fully illustrated instructions.
This is a PDF pattern that will be emailed to you within 48 hours of your purchase. (usually sooner)
SKILL LEVEL: Beginner/Intermediate
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern pieces for making a wallet. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Loved it. Very cute.
End result is adorable, but there seem to be some details missing in the directions, such as how to close up the end you leave open to turn it right side out. I am a fairly new to sewing and was confused a few times by the directions. Was also unsure when taping the pattern together how much if any overlap to have. I will make more but the directions need a bit of clarification.
1/2 yard exterior fabric
1/2 yard lining fabric
1/2 yard medium to heavy interfacing
One size 15/16 snap
One covered button
One hairband elastic
One key ring
You may sell finished wallets made from this pattern as long as you give the pattern credit to "The Crochet Diva".