The Smartphone Wallet eXtra

from Ms. Elaineous

The Smartphone Wallet eXtra Pattern


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Sewing: The Smartphone Wallet eXtra
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Sew an Exposed Pocket Zipper
  • Make and Sew 1/2" Double Wide Bias Tape
  • Sew a Gusset
  • Use a rotary cutter and ruler

Pattern Description:

If you are looking for the perfect wristlet to carry cash, cards, and your smartphone, then this is the project for you! Features include:

- two exterior zippered pockets
- two interior divided pockets
- interior (attached) pouch
- zippered closure
- detachable strap

This is an update from my previous smartphone wallet. After receiving feedback from friends, I made this a bit bigger and wider.

This project is designed for someone who is ready for a challenge and/or is at the intermediate/advanced level. Once you wrap your brain around the zipper, it's not that difficult to make. I've included a link to a supplemental tutorial to help you with the zipper. The technique is unique and might pose some problems.

My pattern is detailed but not wordy! I really break it down for those who might need more directions. If you are skilled, much of this is probably intuitive.

And, as with all my patterns, I find ways to make the whole sewing process easy! Enjoy! And please share your project.

On occasion, I will update the pattern to fix type-os and to clarify directions. Things make sense to me - so I rely on others to send suggestions my way! Thanks and enjoy!

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 7" x 5" x 1"


  • Fabric
  • Fusible Fleece
  • Zippers
  • Heat 'N Bond Lite
  • Hardware

You Will Also Need:

  • Zipper Foot
  • Fabric Marker
  • 1/4" Foot
  • Walking Foot

About Designer

About Designer

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I began sewing as a child - my mother did tailoring and alterations. In 2004, I began designing, making, and selling purses at arts festivals - I named my business Ms. Elaineous. In 2009, I opened Sew You Can where I taught sewing lessons. I closed my studio in 2012 to focus on designing patterns. You can follow me at

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