Organizer Wallet

Added Jan 20, 2009

by erdronen

Cincinnati, Ohio...

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Flip one side right side out through the hole you just created, and press carefully around the rectangles edges. This can be a bit fiddly, just go slow and pin it if you need to.

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    Jan 21, 2013, 05.21 PMby shelbykirsten

    Having a similar problem as leighcarrisa. Maybe I should have only stitched my rectangle through one layer, not both?

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    Jan 5, 2013, 12.40 AMby leighcarissa

    Mine does not look like that!! Are you only supposed to cut through one layer? Or take the stitching out?

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      Jan 5, 2013, 10.24 PMby erdronen

      Nope, its a weird concept but basically you just pull up one layer and start pushing it through the hole you cut in step 4. Once you start it will become more clear. It’s difficult to explain!

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