After some searching on the market, I noticed that most of the minimalist wallet are either overpriced or not slim enough for my taste.
Hailed by my maker spirit, I decided to make one.
I have a few old trousers lying around that I figured I could make good use of them in this project.
Since this project needs quite some stitching work and I am not well trained in this regards. You will need to bear with my terrible stitching technique.
Also, I tried to make as many photos as I could (remember) during the process but I might miss a few steps. Therefore, I have prepared some diagram along for this instructable.
Step 1: Here's What You Need
2) Two credit card sized plastic cards. From used gift card or expired membership card.
3) Tools, such as needle and thread, ruler, cutter, scissors and
4) a pair of glasses (at the end I need some bandages as well)
Step 2: Notch Both Plastic Cards With a Cutter
Step 3: Let the Stitching Begin!
Fold the fabric accordingly and stitch where I marked with a red line.
When you are done with the pockets, fill each side with a plastic card with the notched side facing together.
Continue with the outer pocket and keychain loop.
Step 4: More Stitching ...
Then, carefully cut where the solid red lines are and strengthen it by sewing along the dotted red lines.
Flip over, so that the outer part is facing toward you. Attach the outer pocket piece and stitched it along the red dotted lines (this will seal the other pocket with the plastic card in it). Stitch the keychain loop above the outer pocket as well.
Step 5: Almost There.
Attach a keyring, and we are done!
Step 6: :)
To access the cards in the main pouch, just push the bottom where the notches are.
This is my first instructable, please excuse if there is lack of details and I'll be glad to answer any questions. :)