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The best compliment!

I went to the mall last week with my son. After doing our groceries shopping, I lingered in the bag section and was thinking to buy small wallet that will fit my mini sling bag. 

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And as I was choosing, my son become impatient and told me "Mama, why do you want to buy the wallet? You can make one ! " 

I was surprised -- proudly surprised that my son acknowledged  my "super power" :D 

 I came home fully recharged and decided to complete these two wallets. The black one I started earlier but somehow got sidetracked (as usual).


I had lots of fun choosing the fabric for this card wallet. The pink fabric was from my previous quilt projects and it was matched perfectly. 


This black card holder is the 12 cards slot variant. 
Same like the previous slim wallet that I made




Don't you love the hidden zipper? It's so shabby chic ! 


and then my regular customer messaged me on facebook if I can make 16 cards variant, and I said of course!! She wanted in Indian prints and after looking at my shop, she wanted this indigo blue like the tote bag I made earlier. 


This indigo blue wallet is the 16 cards wallet. Look how slim it is, even with the cards and notes inside.


I combined it with tan textured shot cotton. Perfect combo. 

and as usual, I love to finish the binding by hand. Somehow hand sewing make me relax especially when I have this romantic korean drama to accompany me. Ha!!


I was on the last part of Lee Sang Yoon - Kim Ha Neul "on the way to airport" drama in KBS. It is such beautiful drama with realistic story line. What I love best, is this drama give you exposure to Korean Bojagi Patchwork , make me want to go back to Korea and visit all those patchwork museums and folk village *sigh*. 

Ah by the way, the wallets is now listed in my ETSY shop. Let me know if you want in other print, I have more fabrics {since I'm a hoarder ^^} you can choose from. 

Until then,

Happy Sewing