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My name is Berritt. I love crafting, I've been creative as long as I can remember. I have many hobbies (many that come and go!) but sewing has been one that has stuck with me. I taught myself to ...
My name is Berritt. I love crafting, I've been creative as long as I can remember. I have many hobbies (many that come and go!) but sewing has been one that has stuck with me. I taught myself to create patterns, to grade sizes, and to digitize the patterns in adobe Illustrator. It's an ongoing learning process and I love it. I started selling my patterns on etsy in July of 2010 and was actually in the TOP 500 etsy sellers last year!! Number 459, to be exact. That is actually a pretty big deal! Out of ALL the etsy sellers out there...I was number 459. My other interests are baking, photography, and scuba diving (Yes, here in the Puget Sound) I can spin yarn and knit but don't do it often anymore.
I have 4 beautiful daughters that I adore, and a wonderful and supportive husband who is absolutely the love of my life! I couldn't do all that I do without him standing behind me (supporting my ever growing list of hobbies and letting me buy all the supplies my heart desires!) I have a sweet German Shepherd named Scout, 2 cats, Oliver and Tuna, and a micro flock of backyard chickens. It's a zoo around here. A busy, busy zoo. It's often chaotic, and cluttered. But I'm so very lucky.
Sew your own passport wallet! The patterns are emailed as a PDF file. It includes 3 pages of step by step photo instructions and all pattern pieces. All you need are 3 fat quarters of coordinating/contrasting fabric, fusible interfacing, clear vinyl, a 6" zipper and a magnetic snap. Don't be intimidated by the zipper. It is VERY easy!!
The wallets are very easy to put together but if you have any questions, feel free to email me.
Of course, you are more than welcome to sell (unlimited) passport wallets that you make from this pattern and I would LOVE to see what you make!
**Remember, DO NOT SCALE when you print. Your printer might tell you that "some clipping may occur"... ignore it. Keep scaling OFF!!**