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This is a really easy project - it should take less than an hour for even beginning sewers! This is a bi-fold wallet that will hold cash and ...
I would highly recommend a sewing machine - sewing oilcloth by hand is time consuming and painful in my experience. Lots of sore fingertips! sewing machine denim needle ...
This wallet is only two pieces, hooray! Cut out a 6x8 inch piece, and one 2.5x8 inch piece.
Fold the 6x8 piece in half lengthwise, right sides touching. Crease down the middle with your fingernails so that it stays. Then, at the edges opposite the fold, ...
The first thing you want to do is sew all your 1/4 inch "hems" down. Use the longest straight stitch on your machine and don't worry about backstitching ...
Place the 2.5 inch piece along the crease you made in the center of the wallet. Line up the bottom of the 2.5 inch piece with the crease ...
Measure on the wrong side. Mark the exact middle of the wallet all the way down. Sew this starting on the single layer side without the credit card ...
Crease the wallet again, right sides together. Tape the top sides of the wallet together to keep them from moving about. Then, take your ruler and mark 1/2 ...
Cut very close to the sewn line and be as neat as you can. :) Now, turn the wallet right side out, using something small and rounded to ...
The longer you use it, the flatter and more manageable it'll become. It'll start staying closed on its own and the cards will be easier to get in ...
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