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Thread: Need help finding a wallet tutorial

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    Hi,

    I used to have a tutorial for a wallet where you cut one long piece of fabric, make a few folds, then sew down each side, leaving one end open....you turn the wallet through that opening and the hole sits inside one of the pockets.

    I don't know if I've explained it enough for anyone to perhaps recognise the tutorial and can steer me in the right direction....fingers crossed though!

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    Naomi

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    It sounds neat! I hope someone finds it for us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoriEl
    It sounds neat! I hope someone finds it for us!
    I hope so too! If I could find the example one I made up again, I could possibly do a mini tute on it, but if you knew how many hidey holes I have around here....it will be easier to see if someone else knows of a tutorial...lol

    Hugs
    Naomi

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    Did a search on QB and found these:
    This has a gazillion free patterns...there is a section for wallet/purse info...maybe you'll find something[/quote]

    http://darnkat.wordpress.com/quilted...llet-tutorial/

    http://talinscorner.blogspot.com/200...stutorial.html
    here is a long wallet

    and below a short one

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/06/...ke-wallet.html

    http://thimbleanna.com/?p=566

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    Quote Originally Posted by loves_2_quilt
    Did a search on QB and found these:
    This has a gazillion free patterns...there is a section for wallet/purse info...maybe you'll find something
    http://darnkat.wordpress.com/quilted...llet-tutorial/

    http://talinscorner.blogspot.com/200...stutorial.html
    here is a long wallet

    and below a short one

    Wow! thanks, I was looking for some of these.

    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/06/...ke-wallet.html

    http://thimbleanna.com/?p=566[/quote]

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    There is a free pattern here <http://studiokatdesigns.com/freepatterns.htm>. I have made the long Kash Keeper and really like it. I did make it a little longer so it is easier to put bills in. If I make another one, I'll also add a strip of fabric over the credit card slots to keep them in place. I haven't had any problem with cards falling out, but others have. I would make the strip with velcro at the bottom and sewn in at the top.

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    What wonderful ideas and patterns and links. Thanks everyone

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    Adding a wallet to my to do list. Great tutorials.

    :thumbup:

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    There are several free wallet patterns at http://pursepatterns.com/free_bag_patterns.html

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    Thank you soooo much

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