Sewing Pattern for Fabric Wallet

Recently added to my Etsy shop is a new sewing pattern I designed for a fabric wallet. I actually began making these wallets a couple of years ago and finally got around to writing up the pattern and adding it to my shop. The recent Pandemic has given me more time for sewing and working on new patterns.

Outside of wallet, closed – pattern from Kimberlees Korner

The wallet is full size and has a zipper coin area, paper money area and many slots for credit cards. There is a larger rear pocket behind the coin pocket that may be big enough for some sizes of cellphones. This is really a wallet though – not a something for holding your phone. The wallet stays closed with a strip of velcro.

photo of inside of wallet – coin zipper area, paper money area and 2 card slots – pattern from Kimberlees Korner

This pattern would be for an intermediate level sewer. You need to be familiar with working with zippers and applying binding. Also required is a sewing machine that is capable of sewing through multiple layers as some parts are quite thick with the layers of the wallet fabric and the interfacing.

You can read more about the pattern or purchase it on Etsy. Click on highlighted text to take you to the pattern.

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