Get Carded PDF Sewing Pattern

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Get Carded PDF Sewing Pattern Pattern


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Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Pattern Description:

Many of you have asked for wallet patterns, and I'm thrilled to introduce my first, Get Carded. There are a lot of features packed into this little card wallet! I think you will appreciate some of the design elements:

-Zippered coin pocket and clear vinyl ID pocket on the outside.
-5 nested card slots on the inside, with one deeper slot for folded notes or coupons.
-The ruffle gives functional expandability to the zippered coin pocket.
-Optional pleated and flat zippered pocket for a different look and a quicker project.
-Optional fabric outside pocket for those of you don't wish to flash your ID.
-There is no hand sewing. Just wait until you see this trick!
-The wrist strap is one continuous loop just like The Essential Wristlet - no raw edges to fray block and fewer layers to sew through.
-I've eliminated all unnecessary bulk. It won't feel like sewing through a textbook cover. :)
-The inside and outside use just a fat quarter each! I can't stop sewing these because I want one in every single fabric on my shelf!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 4.5" wide x 3.5" tall with a wrist strap


  • Main Fabric: Fat quarter or 1/2 yard (1/4 yard if you don't want a strap)
  • Lining fabric: Fat quarter or 1/4 yard
  • Woven fusible interfacing: 1/4 yard (Recommended: Pellon SF-101)
  • Extra firm sew-in interfacing: 1/4 yard or 4" x 7" scrap (Recommended: Pellon 926)
  • 8 gauge plastic vinyl: 1/8 yard or scrap larger than 5.25" x 3"
  • Hardware: 1 D-Ring & Lobster Clasp for wrist strap (My favorite sizes are 1/2" & 5/8")
  • 8" or longer nylon zipper
  • 2" length of 3/4? wide Velcro

You Will Also Need:

  • 90 or 100 Microtex/Sharp or Topstitch or even Denim needles will be needed
  • Marking tool such as chalk or an air erasable marker
  • Point turner
  • Rotary mat & cutter
  • Pins and binding clips
  • Fray block or fray check always helpful!

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