This is the Architect Ladies Wallet pdf sewing pattern from the designer Purses by Holly.
If you are looking for a great wallet project for a confident beginner sewer looking to sew something really special, then you have found it. This is a quick and fairly easy project that requires minimal materials where you will end up with a perfect everyday wallet. Beginners be aware that neat straight stitching will give you the best result with this pattern. You’ll need to make the exterior from a non-fraying fabric.
The Architect Ladies Wallet is a slim wallet that packs plenty of space for all your bits and pieces, and has the following excellent features:
Twelve credit card slots,
One clear ID holder,
Two slip pockets,
A zippered coin pocket,
And a snap closure.
Sizing info: When you have finished making your very own Architect Ladies Wallet it will measure approximately 8″ wide by 4¼” tall.
What you will need to make the Architect Ladies Wallet:
A piece of non-fraying fabric that measures approximately 13″ by 9″ such as WPC (waterproof canvas), Cork, Vinyl, or Faux Leather (or even felt) for the exterior of the wallet,
A ¼ yard approximately of quilting cotton or WPC, for the wallet lining and pocket lining,
A piece of SF101interfacing of approximately 12″ by 9″, or other lightweight interfacing, for the wallet lining,
A ¼ yard approximately for the interior of the wallet,
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