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Sew Spoiled Presto Wallet

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Author Sew Spoiled
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by Thompson, Jackie
on March 30th, 2012

“I don't like to work with zippers but this was easy!!!”

The Presto Wallet was designed for the speedy seamstress. If you want a great look but only want to spend a few hours making it. This is the design for you! In the pattern you prepare everything to be sewn first and then you put everything together at one time. It saves a ton of steps going back and forth between the ironing board and the sewing machine.

Pages: 13
Photos: 54

Material List:

- Fabric A: 1 fat quarter (Aqua Dots fabric- outer shell and medium pocket)
- Fabric B: 1 fat quarter (Paisley- 2 large pockets, flap, zipper pouch pocket and 1 small pocket)
- Fabric C: 1 fat quarter (Stripes- lining)
-Light weight Interfacing, Pellon craft fuse 808 or 809, is recommended.
(For the large pockets and outer shell.)
-Magnet Clasp for the closure.
- Two pieces of heavy weight interfacing one 2”X1”for magnet clasp
installation and one 2.75”X4” for the wallet flap.
-One multipurpose plastic 7”zipper.

Sizes that can be made: One size

Final Measurements: The finished Presto Wallet is 7.75" X 4".


Copyright

Sew Spoiled 2008. All rights are reserved including the right to reproduce this pattern or any part thereof. No part may be reproduced for commercial use or resale in any manner, including finished product made from this pattern.

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by Gustafson, Patricia
on August 29th, 2013

Have not made this yet, but the pattern looks really easy to follow.

by Thompson, Jackie
on March 30th, 2012

I don't like to work with zippers but this was easy!!!

by thornbrugh, christy
on March 23rd, 2012

cute and clear instructions

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