Girlfriend's Wallet

from Littlemushroomcap Design

Girlfriend's Wallet Pattern


PDF Digital Download

Have you made this pattern?
Share with the Craftsy community.

Sewing: Girlfriend's Wallet
rollover image to zoom

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

Read blog or news article about this pattern






Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Use magnetic snap button
  • familiar with interfacing

Pattern Description:

I have always loved making handmade wallets, After making many prototypes over the years, I find this wallet is the best I have ever made. It fits all my need, the right amount of card slots, pockets for my phone and zippered pockets for my coins. It is light and not bulky too.

This wallet construction is very professional looking and am sure it will catch other's attentions especially at the payment counter. I have had many compliments when using mine, and am sure you will too when you use yours, Evenmore, knowing that you made the wallet will amaze them even more.

The pattern includes very clear photos (almost 50 photos) to guide you through with written instructions.
You can be as imaginative as you want with the fabric choices and you may also make a quilted patchwork version!

So why wait, make your own today!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7.5" x 8" opened, 7.5" x 4" closed.


  • 2 fat eights ( 9" x 22") of quilter's cotton or you may use home decor weight fabric for the exterior
  • 1 fat quarter (18" x 22") of solid quilter's cotton (lining)
  • 7" zipper
  • 1 set of magnetic snap button
  • Lightweight Fusible interfacing : 6 strips of 3" x 7.5" and 1 piece of 8.5" x 9"
  • Pellon Shape-Flex fusible interfacing or heavyweight Fusible interfacing : 7.25" x 7.75" and 2 piece of 2" x 3"
  • Quilt Batting or fusible fleece : 8.5" x 9"
  • Basic Sewing Tools

You Will Also Need:

  • A pair of tweezers

About Designer

About Designer

amira99 on

I do various craft and enjoy blogging at

Other popular patterns:

View all Sewing patterns »