Penny Pouch sewing pattern
The Penny Pouch is the ideal mini wallet and coin purse sewing pattern. Penny has a front slip pocket that holds your credit cards, and the main compartment holds your coins and banknotes. This will also easily fit into your pants pocket. This is perfect mini wallet to sew for a minimalist.
It’s classic, unfussy, and perfectly practical. Pick the right fabrics and this can be a unisex wallet that everyone can use, at any age. Pick themed fabrics and it makes the ideal fun gift idea or stocking stuffer to sew too.
Sewing to sell? These are quick and easy to sew, don’t use a lot of materials, and could be a good seller on your craft stall.
- A front slip pocket holds up to ten credit cards and is secured by a flap.
- The main compartment holds your coins and banknotes.
3½” high by 5½” wide.
This pattern was designed and tested to be suitable for beginners.
- Fat quarter quilting weight exterior fabric,
- Fat quarter quilting weight lining fabric,
- Fat quarter contrasting fabric/vinyl/cork,
- Fat quarter fusible woven interfacing (Shapeflex SF101/Legacy L-SF101/Vilene G700/Wovenfuse),
- Fat quarter Fusible fleece (Optional),
- One 6″ #5 tape with one pull (Front zipper),
- Coordinating thread,
- Double-sided tape or fabric glue (Beacon 3 in 1) (Optional),
- Wonder clips,
- Teflon foot (Optional).
The pattern includes 12 pages of easy step-by-step instructions with color photos to help you through each step. This also includes pattern pieces compatible with A4 size and letter size to print in the home printer and SVG files that support Cricut, Silhouette, and Brother.
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