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Mar 09, 2011

How To: Sew a Basic Men's Wallet

Integration with smart phone cases be damned, there's a reason that standard wallet design hasn't changed in at least a century.

It can't really be improved upon.

Sure, I imagine that the credit card slots have been standardized, and clear spots for photo IDs are probably a later addition, and, of course, keeping photos in wallets wasn't really an option until those were affordable, but the basic wallet design is here to stay.

So, I guess we should all probably learn how to make one.

I love this design by Anna of Noodlehead. Like a lot of great boy-oriented crafts on the web, this one's by a hip mom making something for her son, but that's no matter. A cool guy sewing project is a cool guy sewing project.

Her basic design is solid, and can easily be customized, as in her use of grommets.

Basic Boys Wallet [Noodlehead]

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artzmanan on May 06, 2016:

great wallet


alegria on Nov 16, 2013:

i wold like to get the pattern


 


The Chuck on Mar 11, 2011:

Thanks so much for passing this along!  I saw the story this morning and whipped up two wallets in under an hour. My old one was falling apart in all manner of ways!


Keep up the great work.


Melvin on Mar 10, 2011:

I saw this on homepodge a few days ago - very cool! I really like the fabrics she chose. Tweed ftw!