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Passport Holder

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Author BlissfulPatterns
Price $4.50
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by Prentice, Muriel
on January 4th, 2012

“Great pattern and excellent instructions with good pictures. I bought this today and made 1 up in 30 minutes including cutting. I used a lightweight cotton, next one I'm going to try a heavier weight designer fabric just to see how it turns out. Thanks for a great, fun pattern.”

SIMPLE TO SEW Passport Holder and credit/ID card Holder. Very versatile as you can make it for
**2 passports
**1 passport and two slots for 2-6 credit cards or ID
**4 slots to hold multiple credit cards or ID

It's small and easy to throw into a jacket or purse pocket or tuck in the outside of your wheelie suitcase while running for that flight! It holds a standard 4 by 5 inch passport (Canada, USA, many European passports, plus)

This project is a wonderful gift for family or friends and is a great stocking stuffer. Use up your fabric scraps. Great starter sewing project, will take 45 minutes including cutting and you will get faster with each one.

Included are step by step detailed instructions in English, materials list and cutting help. Every step has at least one photo and there are lots of sewing tips along the way.

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cotton, coordinating thread, scissors, ruler or tape measure

by Templeton, Brenda
on July 23rd, 2012

Good pettern. I made it wider so it would hold credit card and id

by Prentice, Muriel
on January 4th, 2012

Great pattern and excellent instructions with good pictures. I bought this today and made 1 up in 30 minutes including cutting. I used a lightweight cotton, next one I'm going to try a heavier weight designer fabric just to see how it turns out. Thanks for a great, fun pattern.

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