The Easy Wallet

easy wallet

The Easy Wallet sewing pattern is a set of patterns and instructions for a simple wallet in three sizes. These wallets would be great for brand new sewers. All you need is a little fabric, a little velcro and a little time.

earbud wallet filled

The smaller wallet is perfect for holding a pair of earbuds, keeping them tangle-free and clean when tossed into a purse or backpack.

Finished size is 3″x3.5″

materials needed:
1 4″x8″ piece of outer fabric
1 4″x8″ piece of lining fabric
1 4″x8″ piece of white flannel for stability (it’s softer and cheaper than interfacing)
3/4″ piece of 3/4″ wide sew on velcro

iphone wallet filled smallerThere are 2 patterns for the iPhone/iPod touch, one for the 4th generation and one for the 5th generation.

iPhone/iPod touch 4 wallet – Final measurements are 3″x5.5″.
materials needed:
1 7″x10″ piece of outer fabric
1 7″x10″ piece of lining fabric
1 7″x10″ piece of plain flannel (it’s softer and cheaper than interfacing)
1.5″ piece of 1.5″ wide sew-on velcro

iPhone 5 wallet – Final measurements are 3″x6.25″.
materials needed:
1 7.5″x10″ piece of outer fabric
1 7.5″x10″ piece of lining fabric
1 7.5″x10″ piece of plain flannel (it’s softer and cheaper than interfacing)
1.5″ piece of 1.5″ wide sew-on velcro

wallet filled

The largest wallet is for your purse. It is the size of the dollar bill.

Final measurements are 4.25″x7″
materials needed:
1 10″x10″ piece of outer fabric
1 10″x10″ piece of liner fabric
1 10″x10″ piece of plain flannel
2.5″ piece of wide sew-on velcro

The pattern includes pattern sheets and instructions for all sizes of wallets. There are photos to illustrate the steps required to make the wallet.  This is such a quick sew and doesn’t take much fabric at all.

The Easy Wallet pattern is available in PDF form in my Etsy shop and is also available in print. Ask your local quilt shop to carry Schoolhouse Patterns’ patterns.

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