This tri-fold wallet is light weight, is very thin, can take up to 12 credit cards and even got a change compartment.
This is all you need:
needle and thread
piece of double sided tape
Step 1: The cutting
Step 2: The folding
Open after folding and now fold the upper quarter and bottom quarter to the inside towards the middle crease. After doing that close the first fold again. Make sure you make good creases.
Step 3: The Tucking (I)
(This part will be the part were you put your much used credit cards)
Step 4: The Tucking (II)
After folding and creasing, take the little piece of double sided tape and put that on the flap near the crease and fix the flap. Take just a little piece of tape so you can easily open and close the flap when you are using the wallet. The double sided tape is not really necessary, my experience is that the flap is large enough to stay fixed by itself.
Step 5: The Stitching
Take a strong piece of thread and stitch the folded piece on both sides to the rest of the wallet with a few stitches.
Step 6: The Using
The credit card compartment speaks for itself, I use it to store 6 credit cards.
The same goes for the compartment underneath the large flap, I store cards there that I want to keep with me, but don't use on a daily basis.
The change compartment is hidden underneath the creditcard compartment and is used by opening the bills compartment and sliding your coins into the compartment. By closing your wallet your coins are packed tightly inside your wallet.
Happy shopping bag hunting!