Jeans Wallet

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Introduction: Jeans Wallet

Take an old pair of jeans and transform it into a neat ID or credit card holder!

Materials Needed:

Jeans/Shorts
Needle
Thread
Sharpie
ID or Credit card

Step 1: Template

Find your jeans and lay an ID or credit card on top of the section of material you want to use.

Trace the perimeter about a quarter inch away from the card, trace the top and both sides.

Next move your card down and trace again, completing the border.

NOTE: You must trace double the width of the card since you will be folding your material in half to sew it.

After you have created the template, proceed to cut it out with scissors. WATCH YOUR FINGERS.

Step 2: Sewing

If you dont know how to sew, visit this site before proceeding.

Fold your material in half putting the good part on the inside of the fold, you will be inverting it at the end of this step.

Put ID on folded material and trace a line around the id again close to the edge of the material. This is going to be your guide, sew along this line.

After sewing along the sides (LEAVE ONE END OPEN), you are going to turn this inside out.

Step 3: Stuffing Your New Pocket

Thats it! You've just made a small pocket to keep your things in.


Step 4: Improvements

For those who are sew savvy, you can add a flap and a button to secure your cards.

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    12 Discussions

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    the_master
    the_master

    13 years ago on Step 1

    hey those pants are good the pants i'm wearing now have(starts counting)...6 holes and the bottoms are worn out from them hitting the ground. XD

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    mg0930mg
    mg0930mg

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    All of mine are like that except my new ones, I'm working on it though! XD

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    HamO
    HamO

    13 years ago on Introduction

    How is this a wallet? You call it a "holder" and a "pocket" but not a wallet. Nice instructable though.

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    g0pher
    g0pher

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    If you guys READ the contest rules... "Any wallet, purse, or wallet-like thing, like this one for example, is fair game. "

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    MumblingTuna
    MumblingTuna

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah but in the title you call it a "wallet" so it's not a thing with the contest, we just don't like finding out it's not what we thought. Nice Instruc though.

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    g0pher
    g0pher

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    you should write a formal complaint to big name companies that sell these pouches as "wallets"

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    czarnian
    czarnian

    13 years ago on Introduction

    cool idea, but it could be developed further. keep it growing.... nice work !

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    twisted
    twisted

    13 years ago on Introduction

    cool. not really a wallet, its more of a pocket, but still pretty sweet. good luck in the contest.

    anyways, check out my wallet instructable: here

    ~Twisted

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    zjharva
    zjharva

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    wow. I got on before dinner and found the contest. nothing was in it so far. then i thought of a jeans wallet. that is so weird

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    twisted
    twisted

    Reply 13 years ago on Introduction

    lol its a very creative idea. lol i like it alot.