Added Jun 22, 2012
Making a wallet to help raise epilepsy awareness! This specific project is for all the guys out there with epilepsy that don’t really want a purple stuffed animal, scarf, or anything else that could potentially be taken as girly. Where’s the purple? In the stitching! I’m hoping the stitching blends well enough that a guy could use it but at the same time show that epilepsy is a disease that we can hopefully find a cure for.
If you would like the pattern: Follow the link below or copy paste http://quiltish.blogspot.com/2010/05/tutorial-fathers-day-mens-wallet.html
Interested in the Purple Stitch Project?: Check out http://purplestitchproject.org/
I used a light-weight cotton blend for the lining and inside pockets while I used an up-cycled, stretchy blend for the outer cover.
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