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Mini Travel Wallet with Zipper Closure

When you get new zipper foot, you have to make another zip around wallet. This time I made mini travel wallet!


Well, I don't like changing foot while I am sewing, but sometimes it's worth the effort. Trust me. It's easier to sew zip around wallet with zipper foot. 
And unlike domestic foot, industrial machine foot is slimmer which make sewing zipper is smaller space is much easier. 

Get the Pattern on Etsy
It turned out neater even though I still don't like the foot changing part. LOL. 
 I really love this! The wallet turned out super cute. What do you think?
The wallet is available in  HERE (psst it's free shipping!) and if you want to try making the wallet yourself, you can get the pattern in my ETSY shop or my WEBSHOP. The original pattern is without the zipper though. but you can follow the tutorial HERE

Thank you for stopping by!
Happy Sewing
~Elvira~

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Passport Card Sleeve Pattern - Testers Photos Part 3



Hello,
Passport Card Sleeve Pattern

I really love how the above black and white passport cover turned out. While making the pattern, I always did a few to make sure that everything was OK before I sent the pattern to the testers. Even with all the sewing, there's always something that I missed. Hence the pattern testing stage is very important, even for a basic simple pattern.

The ladies who helped me with this pattern were simply awesome and also I want to thank Namrata of Bagstock who helped me proofreading every single draft. A big thank you once again to everyone (group hugs!!!).

Now, let's jump in to see the last part of the tester photos! Some of the testers made a couple of Passport sleeve. You can also check their photos in my Pinterest.


As usual, don't forget to click the link to see more of their works!



Jenny Gomez


Sandra - Bags by Sandra D

Ellen Berline 

Haurox - Vallyria

Jeanne - LA Baggs & Stuff

Sandra - Bags by Sandra D


Prabha - Quiltaholics

Rassika - Made by Malko


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Ulrike The Busy Sewing Room - Facebook, Instagram, Etsy

Aren't they amazing?
Also, check the tester photos PART 1 and PART 2 

The summer holiday is just around the corner, make few as a travel gift, or even sell them in your handmade market or pop up stores! It's very quick to sew. See the right panel to get your copy directly from this blog. 

Patterns also available here:
ETSY

Thank you so much for stopping by!

Have a lovely Monday!

- Elvira- 


Passport Card Sleeve Pattern - Tester Photos Part Deux

Hello,

Have you checked the first part of the tester photos? Now the show will continue with the next batch of the tester pictures! I must say, each one of them is really inspire me. To be honest, I tend to choose my color combo carefully, but with this scrap friendly passport cover pattern, you can just be free! Use any fabric in your scrap bin, as long as it matches the size and make a fun, one of a kind passport sleeve.



Now let's check out the testers photos. Click the link under each photo to see more of their amazing works!

Tammy Carter - Sugar n Spice Sewing

Kausalya Pandit - The Turquoise Paisley

Rassika - Made by Malko

Harsimran Kaur - Oye Hoye Bags - FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM

Rebecca Ann - The Fiesty Thimble

Sobana Sundar - The Quilt Bug

Amita - Sewonder Crafts - FACEBOOK, INSTAGRAM

What do you think? If you wonder is this pattern for beginner? Yes it is! If you want to learn the basic of wallet making, this might be the pattern you want to try. The pattern is written in simple English with photos and diagrams to make it easier for non English speakers to understand. I know how frustrated it is to learn sewing from foreign language book! 

Now, go ahead and purchase the pattern while it's still on SALE in  ETSY as well as in the WEBSHOP and sew your weekends away ^_^. 

Stay tuned for the last part of the Testers Photos! Subscribe to my blog or join the FACEBOOK GROUP and let's have fun together!

Have a nice day!

Compact Passport Cover with Card Holder

Hello,


I have been working on this idea for quite sometimes now. I wanted a compact passport cover (a better version of the previous one), which can be slipped into a sling bag while traveling. 

Love this Cowboy theme

This passport sleeve is pretty slim. It fit into my sling bag nicely. I don't use too many layers of interfacing here. A layer of heavyweight interfacing for the main wallet exterior only.

Passport Card Holder - Pdf Pattern
The vertical card slots are very handy to keep your ID card and frequent flyer membership card. As you know, I love using binding for my wallet, because I love the handmade look of it. Besides, we can play with fun binding to make it one of a kind product. 

Snap Button Closure

It took me a while to decide what closure I want. I knew I wanted something that is easy to install and if possible easy to mend. Then I remembered the magnetic closure I used in this Ella Bucket Bag and 241 tote bag, and decided to use the same method. It works out perfectly. Yay!!


This a pretty quick project. It took me a little more than 1 hour to finish one. I could finish it faster, if I don't watch my Korean Drama while sewing :). All the new passport covers are now available in ETSY as well as in my WEBSHOP

Until next time,

Happy Sewing,

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