A wallet or a card holder is what every person needs, and it can be a great gift for anyone. Fabric is the easiest material to use for making such pieces, and today we’ll tell you of some projects to make wallets and card holders of fabric.
This slanted wrap wallet is a stunner, and features lovely binding details so you can choose different fabrics for each block. The wrap wallet includes an attached loop, so it would also make for a great clutch, especially for a girl’s night out. Carry your essentials – cards, keys, phone, and lipgloss – and you are good to dance the night away!
A ticket wallet is ideal to keep all your tickets safe and little momentos of your journey’s for perhaps a scrapbook at the end of the summer. You could also scale this up to make a passport cover for those going further afield to have a nice matching set.
This card holder measures at 5″ wide and 3″ tall when closed. So it’s really compact and perfect to put in a purse! This will be so easy to put together, and I was able to literally use some scraps to whip this up. To make this wallet, the author used some fusible fleece as my interfacing, which makes the card holder really sturdy.
The business card wallet is a handy size and would be suitable to hold gift cards or to use when gifting cash. It could also be used for storing loyalty cards or other small items. They are really fun to make – choosing fabrics and adding tags and trims. You could make a batch from your favorite scraps to have on hand for gifts or for a craft stall.
Have you ever had too many cards that your wallet can handle? Be selective and get only those cards that you might be using in a particular shopping mall but end up they were the wrong one? Can’t find the cards you thought you have already put into your wallet? Sounds familiar! If you are nodding your head now, you need a pouch for the cards. This zipper pouch can hold up to 30 plastic cards (similar to credit cards), and more for thinner cards, business calling card for example. With the zipper open up to the side and couple with an internal gusset, this will make card finding easier and faster.
This large fabric wallet will be a nice piece for anyone, change fabric depending on the person you are making it for. It’s a great way to use up any scraps – not just upholstery scraps/swatches. If your machine can handle the thickness, topstich all the way around for wallet for a nice finish (mine can’t do this). You may need to use a zipper foot to go past the magnetic snap. Close the wallet and admire your fine work!
This cute and simple wallet isn’t revolutionary in its design but it’s cool and comfy to go shopping with it. use fabric scraps you have and that match and using the tutorial, make this cute wallet.
If you have a lot of coins, you’ll need a wallet with a compartment for them. Those are not that easy to find, and much less at an affordable price. If you want a wallet that would give easy access to all the compartments at once, side by side, this is your option! Read the tutorial to find out how to make one.
Here’s a pretty card holder to make of fabric. There is room for two cards, but you can make more. If you’d like, you can right click on the image to save it to your computer and print it. There’s a pretty covered button to the front, which makes an accent.