As promised, here it is. A green lamb-leather folding wallet. It measures 6" x 4.25" (approximately).
Debbie suggests using quilting cotton for all layers, and cutting the pattern from three fat quarters. The Sewing Lawyer has heard this term "fat quarters" before, but not being a quilter, isn't 100% sure what they are and wasn't about to go out and buy fabric for this little item, since there is a fabric supply to last several lifetimes within reach at home.
And the stash came through. This cunning print, miracle of miracles, coordinated perfectly with the green leather.
Yes, those are chickens.
The wallet has many many pockets for the numerous credit, debit, library and other cards a person seems to need these days. In addition, there are pockets under the pockets on either side, and a deep pocket opening at the top, which is the full size of the wallet.
The lower right slot has a vinyl insert for your most used ID.
It has a zipper coin pouch at the back.
It's bigger than my last wallet effort. Maybe surprisingly, they both hold the same stuff. It's nice to have alternatives, don't you think?
I've stuffed it here, to illustrate. A person could go shopping.
Good Job, Debbie! (Click on this link to buy the pattern.)