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This is the Libra Phone Wallet pattern that the designer has made to fit two sizes of phone. It has everything you need in the ideal wallet, plus space to carry your phone so making this wallet a mini clutch bag to carry all of your essentials. There’s the large size Libra Wallet for phones bigger than 5” and a small size for 5” phones or smaller.
This fabulous wallet has the following features:-
- a zipper pocket on the exterior
- a zipper pocket on the interior
- card pockets
- One big and two small slip pockets
- And a big pocket for your phone.
Below is a 50-second YouTube video that the accomplished designer made giving you an overview of the Libra Phone Wallet. In this video you can see the finished wallet and all the features on offer.
The pattern and instructions are very detailed, easy to follow and only basic sewing skills are needed so the pattern is suitable for beginners.
Here’s another YouTube video, this time for 31 minutes and 27 seconds from Farida Jararah giving you an excellent tutorial of sewing the Libra Phone Wallet.
When you purchase this pattern you will be able to download about 40 pages of instructions all fully illustrated with colour photographs, real-size pattern pieces, cutting dimensions sheets and labels.
When you have finished making the Libra Phone Wallet it will measure approximately:-
- For phones bigger than 5” the large version = 4 ¾” (12cm) high by 8” (20cm) wide.
- For 5” phones or smaller the small version = 4 ¾” (12cm) high by 6 ¾” (17cm) wide.
When you make the Libra Phone Wallet you will need the following materials:- cotton fabric, medium and lightweight fusible interfacing, fusible fleece or Peltex, an all-purpose zipper, a tongue lock, basic sewing supplies and a sewing machine.
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