Step 2: Cut out your pieces!

 This wallet is only two pieces, hooray!

Cut out a 6x8 inch piece, and one 2.5x8 inch piece.
I have just made this, and I am a total novice on the sewing machine and this was a total breeze and took no time at all. Thank you! <br> <br>I think it will be perfect for a wallet to shove in a little clutch bag on a night out as you can fit your money, ID and cards in which is really all you need not some giant wallet to lug around! <br>
awesome! i'm definitely going to try this
I'm coming really late to this project, but it's a great instructable. I make my own oilcloth out of a fabric with Iron on Vinyl. That way you can make a wallet, coin purse and handbag all match. And if you are very Vera, you can make clothes to match as well..
What an awesome way to diy oilcloth... got to try that
Bandana Walet plz?
&nbsp;Does anyone have suggestions as to where I can buy or find some oilcloth? I have no idea! Thanks<br /> <br />
You might be able to find some oilcloth place mats @ your local goodwill/ thriftstore
I have been making great market bags out of all kinds of animal food bags. They sew up rather nicely and hold up real well if you bind the inside bottom seams w/old scrap fabric. &quot;so, thats where those old raggedy sleep pants got off to...&quot; said the hubby upon checking out the inside of a bag!
Very, very nice Miss Jessy!!!!!! Now I know what to do w/the oil cloth I bought in Albuquequer 2 years ago. Been mulling over it cause I've only got 1yd!
&nbsp;Yay!&nbsp;<br /> <br /> You can also make a lunch bag:<br /> www.skiptomylou.org/2008/05/08/lunch-time/<br /> <br /> I made one of those and it was dead easy. :D<br />
Brilliant!<br /> Because I've always got too much change in my wallet I'd have to add a bit for change if I were to make one.<br /> <br /> You astound me with your sewing skills time after time!<br />
&nbsp;You could always add an additional flap to one of the inner pockets and a small clasp. :)<br /> <br /> I thought about doing that for the tutorial, but I never carry change and I got lazy!<br />
Fair enough, I&nbsp;was planning on customizing your wallet for my needs, should go well if I&nbsp;get the time!<br />
I used to carry change in my wallet too, but I thew out SOOO&nbsp;many wallets due to the change pouch wearing out, that I simply carry a &quot;change purse&quot; now.....no, not one of those feminine things, one like illustrated - they spit in the middle, cost MUCH less, and so are easy and inexpensive to replace.&nbsp; :-)&nbsp; &nbsp; A win all around !&nbsp; <br /> <br /> <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
You can still buy those?! Wow. My grandpa used to have one, and I haven't seen them for ages.<br />
Well, the ones I&nbsp;remember from way back look like the picture below, and you can still get THEM&nbsp;too :-)&nbsp; If you like the plastic ones over the leather ones, <a href="http://www.organize.com/old-fashioned-squeeze-coin-purse.html" rel="nofollow">they are sold here too...</a> <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
Very nice. I&nbsp;plan on making a sticky tape wallet this afternoon, so far it's going alright.<br />
That turned out really awesome :D I&nbsp;might just have to make one!&nbsp;
|Hmm, this gives me a good reason to ask my wife to clean off the sewing machine again,&nbsp; I just hope I&nbsp;have the correct needle for this.... <div id="refHTML">&nbsp;</div>
Awesome!<br /> It looks like a fancy - sewn - duct tape wallet with a pattern you can't find on any roll of duct tape.&nbsp; Oil cloth is like duct tape minus the sticky!<br />
&nbsp;Yep, basically. Since I hate tape/paper crafts this is my answer to the wallet. :D
&nbsp;If Nic Cage ever saw this, he would approve.
&nbsp;He totally would. Someone email him.
I tried to find his email adress but all I found was his address from 2007.<br />
I'm loving the strawberries!<br /> :D<br />
&nbsp;Me too... just the right amount of Southern Tacky. :D

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