Added Jul 30, 2013
I was really bored at work one day, so after some complaining, my cubical neighbor said, “Here, make something out of this,” and she handed me this vivid cat patterned fabric. Inspired, I found a wallet tutorial online and got to work. The only things I had to buy for the wallet were the snap closures. I used leftover single fold bias tape from my Lemon/Lime Table Runner and a white zipper from one of my old college classes. Oh yeah, I also used up the last of a roll of interfacing I also got from work about a year ago. I made this bad boy on one of the work machines (the Pfaff Ambition 1.5), and finished the entire thing last Thurday. It has a zipper pouch and six card slots.
Outer fabric, lining fabric, interfacing, binding, zipper, snaps
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