This is a super slim wallet that fits multiple business cards, gift cards, or credit cards. It’s a perfect beginner project that sews up in 30 minutes or less, start to finish.
Here’s your chance to learn to sew with cork fabric using this free pattern to create a super slim wallet that is perfect for cards of any type. If you’ve never tried sewing with cork fabric before, this is the chance to get started. It’s buttery soft, very durable, doesn’t fray, sews like a dream, has a unisex look and will wow your friends!
SewGnar has included two pattern pieces so you have multiple options of inside pocket shape, or you can design your own if you prefer! This stash buster is a great stocking stuffer and doubles as a customizable gift card holder, or a slim profile wallet for those folks who don’t carry much.
Once completed, you will have your very own Card Holder, great for gifting or small business personal selling. If you are giving a gift card, you can double the gift by sewing one of these simple wallets to present it in. But everyone will find one of these useful, and even your guy will thank you for sewing something he can use too.
Ideal as a business card holder, when someone admires a bag you’ve made, casually take out your cork wallet and give them your business card. Don’t forget to tell them you sewed the wallet too and maybe that you’ll include one with the purchase of a custom purse.
And there’s this great FREE video tutorial showing you how you make it, literally in just a few minutes.
What you will need to make this super slim wallet:-
A piece of 10.5″ by 4″ self-healing edge textile (cork, vinyl, leather, etc),
This easy-to-follow PDF pattern walks you through each step, from printing to finishing your piece. This instant download PDF sewing pattern has three pages in total, including two pattern pieces. You can print at home on 8.5″ by 11″ paper.
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