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The free sewing pattern for this little card pouch has one pocket/divider on the inside and it closes with a zipper. It also has a split ring so you can put your keys on it, or you could add a lanyard.
We can all make use of a small zipper coin purse either for coins, or for other small bits and pieces to keep organized in our main purse. This cute one has a divider pocket on the inside (notes on one side, coins on the other perhaps). The clear pocket on the outside allows you to store a bus pass, an ID card or your work pass.
The little purse can be sewn with a ring to allow you to hang it off your keys, snap it somewhere safe and easy to find inside a big purse or handbag, or to hang it from a lanyard.
This card pouch has RAW EDGES, so it should be made with non-fraying materials like cork fabric, kraft tex, felt, vinyl, leather, etc..
When you have finished making yourself a Card It Card Pouch it will measure approximately 3 1/8″ high by 4 1/2″ wide.
This pdf downloadable pattern and instructions are easy to follow and suitable for beginners. It has ten pages with detailed instructions, fully illustrated with colour photographs and real size pattern pieces.
Click here for the free pattern
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