5/31 | DIY Wallet

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We all need a place to store our money, so why not create a unique DIY wallet that is cuter than any store bought one?!  If you all have been following for more than a few minutes, you probably know how much I love creating beginner sewing projects to personalize my life- from headbands, to key fobs, to pencil pouches.  So when the wallet I had been using for years broke, I headed straight to my sewing machine to make a new one out of the cutest fabric in my stash. The Coats and Clark All Purpose Zipper works great and makes it easy for me to access my money at the check out counter at the craft store. The video will take you step by step showing you how to shorten your zipper which is a super helpful sewing skill. I’m excited to share with you how you can sew your very own DIY Wallet so let’s jump in.
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So what did you think? This DIY wallet or DIY card holder is perfect for all of my needs and I am so glad I chose to DIY instead of BUY. I love that you can make your DIY wallet out of any pattern of fabric and that your wallet can also be a fashion statement. I have been using it for about 2 weeks now and the size is perfect!

As always, I am here to be your personal sewing cheerleader! You’ve got this guys!! If you happen to come across any questions that I don’t seem to answer in the video, just leave a comment on the video or this post and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can! Happy Sewing!!