Wallets are an important item that everyone carries around almost everywhere, and it is even said that they are characteristic of their owners. However, many people stick with just one or two wallets for several years. This super-easy-to-make wallet would make a great extra or replacement wallet for yourself, and would be a charming present to give to your friends and family. It is also perfect to use as a chequebook. There are only 10 simple steps to this wallet-making process; also, if you don’t have any fabrics that measure 14”x 8”, you can patchwork smaller fabrics that you have lying around the house and still end up with a stunning finished product- a patchwork wallet. So why not upgrade your wallet or give someone a useful gift? Make the stylish Tanya Wallet now! Designer’s Review
The sewing pattern designer of I Think Sew is a designer who has a gift for creating sewing patterns of a fashionable and modern design. Her fresh style has shown that sewing does not have to be an "outdated" or "old-fashioned" art, and her ever-growing collection of patterns has captured the interest of young and old sewers alike. I Think Sew's designer has been sewing since she was 10 years old. She officially turned her passion into her career in 2007, and has been continuously creating new user-friendly patterns since then. She has recently started working with C&T Publishing, and released her first book, "Bags—The Modern Classics" in November, 2011.