NO PAPER template for this pattern. Use super fast ruler measuring and ROTARY CUTTING techniques. A rotary cutter, ruler and cutting mat are required.
On 8/31/2014 Sue Lynn M. wrote: "I purchased the I Zip Wallet [download--no longer available] pattern and I just wanted to tell you how much I am enjoying making them. I want to thank you for making the instructions easy to follow and I especially appreciate you giving in the instructions exactly which interfacing to use. In some of the other patterns I have used from other designers, they only say medium weight interfacing. I am always confused as to what to use. I am making several of these as Christmas gifts. I am using up scraps that I have been accumulating. Great pattern. Thank you!!!"
You'll have a BLAST making I-Zip wallets in 3 awesome sizes:
Coin Purse 3.5" x 5.5" Cell Phone Wallet 4" x 7" Clutch Wallet 4" x 8"
The I-Zip Wallet design features a fully lined soft body (no exposed seams anywhere--no binding nor hand sewing required) with zip top, optional customize-able interior and exterior pockets (with an option to strip piece pockets), and an optional D-ring/swivel clasp carrying strap. Mix and max options to your heart's content! Instructions to make the unique, fabric zipper pull are also included.
Like to make great gifts or items to SELL for not a lot of money invested? It doesn't take much fabric to make the I-Zip Wallet. Depending on the options you choose, you probably have everything you need right now. 1/4 yard for the main/body + 1/4 yard for lining plus a handful of scraps will make a few, depending on the size(s) and options you choose.
Each I-Zip Wallet requires a 9" or longer zipper (it will be cut down) UNLESS you use Make-A-Zipper which can be cut to the exact size.
Want to turn some of your fabric stash into cash? YES—you have permission to SELL finished items using this pattern, no annual limits. NOTE: Our permission applies only to the use of the pattern, not to any fabric company/designer fabric licensing restrictions, where required. For any applicable fabric licensing permissions, you will need contact the specific fabric manufacturer.
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