Minimalist ID Wallet sewing pattern (with video)

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Minimalist ID Wallet sewing pattern (with video)

This is the Minimalist ID Wallet downloadable sewing pattern from the designer Rosie and David.

This wallet has been designed for when you want to travel light, but need to carry your ID, credit cards, or cash. There is an ID window on one side and an exterior pocket with a flap closure on the other side. You can use the zippered compartment for items that you want to carry more securely.

This wallet will even fit a few essential items such as lipstick or hand sanitizer. You can make an optional wristlet strap or lanyard or just add a split key ring for attaching keys.

Minimalist ID Wallet sewing pattern (with video)

Sizing info:
When you make your own Minimalist ID Wallet it will measure approximately 5½” wide by 4″ high.

Materials needed:
The designer says that the wallet is best suited for 100% cotton quilting fabric and you will also need fusible woven interfacing.

This is a great little scrap buster project!

The pattern and video:
Please NOTE that there are no written instructions within the PDF pattern. The PDF pattern does contain the usual general information, fabric requirements, and pattern pieces, but the step by step sewing instructions are delivered by way of video sewalong.

The designer has a step-by-step 40-minute YouTube sewing tutorial that shows you how to make this awesome wallet. You can watch that video below.

SVG files are included:
The designer has included with the PDF pattern a downloadable SVG file for cutting out your pieces on the Cricut Maker. Please note that the designer has only tested the SVG file on the Cricut Maker. It’s not been tested on any other electronic die-cutting machines.

Minimalist ID Wallet sewing pattern (with video)

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