Wednesday, 26 August 2009

New Tutorial

When I go away on holidays I like to take a small wallet and coin purse with me. This way I can carry just a bit of local currency and a card without my day to day stuff. I've just finished doing a tutorial for such a nifty small wallet and coin purse. You can download it from here. It has a little compartment with a zipper, a single slot and nice secure velcro fastening. In addition it has a metal clip so I can clip it inside my bag or keep it in my pocket and clip it to my belt loop. It is quick and easy to make and uses very little fabric.

16 comments:

Valéria said...

Thank you so much for your tutorial, Christine. I just loved it! It's very easy to understand and the wallet is very beautiful and usefull.
Sorry if I've made mistakes in my words.
Kisses
Valéria

Sandra :) said...

Very cute wallet!! I saw your post at Craftster so I came over to grab the tutorial :)

Primrose Corner said...

Thank christine! You've been very busy

*-cipi-* said...

Thank you very much for the tutorial. I will try to make a wallet for my brother's birthday.

casserole said...

What a handy little bag!! I'll be posting a link to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing.

http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-zippered-coin-wallet/2009/10/03/
(the link will go live October 3, approx 10:00 am CST).

--Anne

hannah said...

Thank you very much for your tutorial. I think I will have a lot of fun making this.

Greetings,
Hannah, The Netherlands

Coo You Some Noodles said...

Thanks for the tute Christine. Lately been needing a coin and card purse and your pattern was just the right one I needed. I have fetured your tutorial on my blog:

http://cookyousomenoodles.wordpress.com/2010/01/24/coincard-purse/

Tatina said...

Thank you for your tutorial!!!

Carmina said...

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Sildenafil Citrate said...

This is excellent to use specially when I'm going to the beach, because that's extremely fashion, thanks for this perfect stuff.

ambien said...

Thank you very much for your tutorial. I think I will have a lot of fun making this.

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linbagz said...

what is the completed size of this cute little change purse?

the blonde potato said...

Thanks for the tutorial. I made cute wallets for my kids to earn money to take to Disneyland. Thanks!

kkjayne said...

Thanks for this, I'm going to make a couple of wallets for the boys and put their names on them so they can stop fussing over who's money it is on the floor. MINE!!!

Inkaholic The Freakin Rican said...

This was quite easy! I doubled the size of the pieces and made a wristlet clutch. SO cute! Thanks!