Glove Wrist Wallet sewing pattern

from Lidija Miklavcic

Glove Wrist Wallet sewing pattern Pattern

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Category:

Sewing

Type:

Accessory

Item:

Gloves

Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Pattern Description:

It's a big pocket on your wrist; it's for people who move a lot and don't want to have a lot of baggage with them. The keys, phone, master card, and maybe electronic kindergarten keys too; I use it when I'm going out to pick my kids and then we could go to the playground and I don't need to worry to forgot something I suppose have with me all the time. But hey in different fabric choice it could became your best evening accessory. Its fun, it's spacious and it's all you need when you leave the house.

It is the KISS project; keep it simple stupid, and I love it. You just need three small fabric scraps, (PS you could recycle your friend best pants for it), all seam are invisible, and it is perfect project for use all your small fabric stash that you treasure for some project in the future (we all have them).
Did I mention it is a perfect girlfriend gift? You know is there a woman who has enough purses or wallets? Not really. The best is that it could be as personal as you wish, just pick the favorite color or favorite print or you play a little with free motion machine embroidery or acrylic paint or beads.the possibilities are endless.

As always the pattern is downloadable, so you could start playing with your fabric stash right away. Enjoy.

This pattern is for personal use only. COMMERCIAL USE IS PROHIBITED. (c)Lidija Miklavcic 2014

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • pattern is in more sizes

Materials:

  • fabric scraps
  • 10 cm zipper
  • 2 rivet buttons

About Designer

About Designer

Tutorial GIrl on craftsy.com

As a kid I want to do everything by myself....and I still live like this, except, now I want to play also with others and I love to show and teach how to play with fabric, so I did start to work on sewing step by step tutorials with my own patterns.

Will you play with me? Come, the fun is starting...

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