have it all wallet sewing pattern
Who says you can't have it all? With this sleek, versatile wallet you can take everything with you while keeping it all neat and organized. Featuring pockets for credit cards, bills, checkbook, coupons, and a zippered pocket for coins and other loose items, this wallet lets you organize that mess of stuff in your handbag and snap it neatly closed with either of two cute flaps.
What You'll Need
44/45"-wide quilting cotton, linen, or other lightweight woven fabrics:
- 1/2 yd or 1 fat quarter fabric A (outside of wallet)
- 1/2 yd fabric B (interior pockets)
- 5" x 5" scrap fabric C (bow, View 1)
1/2 yd of 20"-wide lightweight, non-woven fusible interfacing
7" x 13" extra firm woven sew-in interfacing
One coordinating regular (coil) zipper 7" long or longer
One sew-in or set-in snap (approximately 7/16" diameter — size 3 sew-in or size 16 set-in)
7 1/4" w x 4 1/4" h x 1/2" d
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Pros and Cons on Have it All Wallet, 8/19/2014
Reviewer: Pauline Carpenter (Toronto, Ontario, , Canada)
Pros. The pattern and instructions were excellent and I had no problem following them. The wallet design is very good also and I am very pleased with the final results. Con - for me I find that the closing flap is not deep enough as my wallet contents make it quite thick and heavy - when I make another one, I will make this flap deeper to meet my requirements. I have sewn elastic onto the flap so that it goes around the wallet and keeps the contents secure. Not a big deal but I would prefer not to have to do this.
Have it all Wallet, 8/13/2014
Reviewer: Theresa (Mason, Wi, USA)
the pattern and instructions are very easy to follow and the wallet is fantastic. I love it!
Have it all wallet, 12/25/2013
Reviewer: Christine (Charlotte, North Carolina, United States)
Love this pattern! Super easy and fast to stitch with clear directions and pictures. Nice finished product. I will be making this again for myself and for gifts.
Love this pattern, 7/25/2013
Reviewer: Stefanie (NC, USA)
I made this for my MIL last Christmas and embroidered her initial on the back. It seems like a very complex pattern but the instructions are extremely well-written and the photos are very helpful. If you take your time and just follow step by step, even a beginner can have a very nice result.
- The first printing of this pattern contained a minor error in Step 1. The first bullet point should call for two strips of interfacing 1" wide x 6 3/4" long (not 6 1/2" long).