You may have noticed at the bottom of my sidebar is a button linking up to a great idea over at Twelve Crafts called Stuff Your Stocking Saturday. Well...
Last week at Twelve Crafts, Elizabeth had me over as her Saturday Stuff your Stocking guest! I know, right! I was so excited to be guest posting there! So, in case you missed this tutorial over there, I'm sharing it with you again. I'd love to see some photos if any of you try it out.
This project is great because all you need to make this wallet is a couple scraps of fabric and a couple scraps of heavyweight interfacing. So first things first...
-normal sewing notions
Unless otherwise noted, use a 1/4" seam allowance.
Step 1. Cut two pieces from your desired fabric to measure 3 1/2"x8 1/2". Cut your interfacing to match the size. Iron it to the wrong side of the fabric per the manufacturer's directions.
Clip your corners and your seam allowance on the curve. Do not cut the stitches!! Turn wallet right side out and press well.
Step 5. Top stitch all the way around the wallet.
Fold wallet in half length wise, then stitch down each long side.