Winslet Wallet sewing pattern (with videos)
This is the Winslet Wallet sewing pattern (with videos). When you make yourself a Winslet Wallet you’ll instantly find exactly what you need because there’s a space set aside for everything in this wallet sewing pattern!
The asymmetrical zippered flap opens wide, making coins easy to find. There are sixteen card slots and two slip pockets to keep your credit cards, phone, cash, and coupons organized. Keep a pen handy in the elastic loop. The compact tri-fold design secures shut with a magnetic snap.
When you have finished making your own Winslet Wallet it will measure approximately 4¾” high when closed, 13 high when open, and 7½” wide.
The designer, Hold It Right There Bags, has also produced a group of five YouTube sewing tutorials taking you through each step of making a Winslet Wallet. You can watch each of the YouTube videos below by pressing the play buttons below.
Video 1 of 5 – Description & Supplies.
Video 2 of 5 – Overview & Fabric Prep.
Video 3 of 5 – Creating Card Pockets.
Video 4 of 5 – Installing Snap and Zipper.
Video 5 of 5 – Final construction.
What you will need to make a Winslet Wallet:-
- Fabric I = ½ yard 44” quilt weight cotton (Exterior Flap, Flap Lining, Interior Panel, Card Pockets, Zipper Tab),
- Fabric II = Fat Quarter lightweight canvas, linen blend, or quilt weight cotton (Interior Flap, Exterior Panel, Slip Pockets),
- 1 yard 20” height Woven Interfacing,
- Two (1”) squares of Ultra Firm Stabilizer,
- Optional if using all quilt weight fabric – Two (3 ½” high by 7 ¼” wide) pieces of Ultra Firm Stabilizer,
- One (8” or longer) #3 – #4.5 zipper,
- One Magnetic Snap,
- 2 ¼” length of Elastic (3/4” to 1” wide),
- Washable Fabric Marker,
- Dritz Fray Check, liquid fabric sealant,
- Walking Foot attachment (recommended),
- Basic sewing supplies,
- A sewing machine.
Included with the pdf pattern are full-color photos and illustrations and tutorial-style instructions. Patterns are included for both fabric and interfacing pieces. The designer includes fabric and interfacing pattern layouts and labels to keep your prepared fabric pieces organized while you sew. A team of thirteen testers vetted this pattern, ensuring your successful outcome.
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