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The Julia Wallet sewing pattern in two sizes

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This is the downloadable pattern for the Julia Wallet which comes in two sizes and variations in the same pattern, making it easily adaptable to your own design.

This is the pretty pattern for the Julia Wallet which comes in two sizes and variations in the same pattern, making it easily adaptable to your own design.

This lovely little wallet is great for everything you need to carry and is perfect for a confident beginner to make. The outside is pieced and quilted, (although you can make it from a solid fabric without piecing together if you prefer) while the pockets are sewn on top, with all the raw edges finished by binding. There is no turning involved. Its simple construction allows for a variety of options, so personal amendments can be made to suit your needs.

This is the downloadable pattern for the Julia Wallet which comes in two sizes and variations in the same pattern, making it easily adaptable to your own design./>

This is a scrappy wallet, but two fat eighths or one fat quarter would also work, plus one WOF strip for binding. The small wallet has six card pockets, two tall pockets, one large pocket and one zipper pocket. The large wallet has eight card pockets, two tall pockets, one large pocket and one zipper pocket.

Directions are given for two sizes, and the large size can be finished with round or square corners, so there are three variations in total in this one pattern. When you have finished making the Julia Wallet it will measure approximately:

  • Small = 4½″ by 8½″.
  • Large = 6½″ by 8½″.
This is the downloadable pattern for the Julia Wallet which comes in two sizes and variations in the same pattern, making it easily adaptable to your own design./>

If you would like to purchase the downloadable pattern for the Julia Wallet you should click on the link below. Please note this is a digital download PDF file, not a paper sewing pattern.

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