Bite Sized Sewing: Wallet Pattern

Hello, Hello Craft Snob Readers! Heather here from The Sewing Loft and I’m so excited to share this Mini Scrap Wallet Pattern with you. This is an easy sew project can be finished in a flash!

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To be truthful, I thought it would be fun to make something from our scraps. You know, those amazing left over bits of fabric goodness that we could not bare to part with. Come on, I know you have a stash somewhere!


Mini Wallet Pattern via Craft Snob



  • Sewing machine
  • Basic sewing supplies


  1. Download pattern template. Prepare the main fabric by attaching fusible fleece. Each brand is different so be sure to follow manufactures instructions.
  2. Cut out mini wallet pattern from main fabric and lining.
  3. Sandwich the main fabric and lining with right sides together. Pin in place.
  4. Starting 1″ away from the bottom corner of wallet, straight stitch all around to the other side. Leave a 2″ – 2 1/2″ opening for turning. Clip corners.
  5. Turn wallet right side out and press. Push out corners as needed to create a straight lined corner.
  6. Fold under the seam allowance at opening and edge stitch closed.
  7. Flip up the bottom straight edge of wallet to match the fold line on pattern. (Approximately 3″.) Pin sides in place and all around straight stitch 1/4″ from edge.
  8. Mark snap placement and attach snaps as per manufactures instructions.

Mini Wallets CraftSnob

These mini wallets are perfect to make in batches. Plus, they are the perfect little gift to have on hand. This way, the next time you forget it was your neighbors birthday or need a teacher gift, you just have to slip in a gift card inside and you are all set!

I hope you enjoyed my quick and easy bite size project. Thanks so much for having me as a guest today Sara!

Heather blogs at The Sewing Loft where she offers weekly sewing tips and fun projects to help you Reclaim your creativity, one stitch at a time. Be sure to follow her stitching adventures here: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Pinterest


  1. So cute! I can’t wait to make one. Or several LOL! I just had one suggestion – on the diagram it says “wrong sides together” but it should say “right sides together”. Thank you for making this awesome tutorial!!!

    • Great catch Maria! I will update the image and send Sara a copy for her to fix in the post. Human error!

  2. These will be christmas gifts for my sewing friends.
    They are really cute and nice.

  3. Thanks for sharing! it’s so cute, fast and easy to sew.

  4. Thanks so much! Cannot wait to make them for my daughter and her best friend.

  5. Cute little wallets!! I’ve linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip:

  6. I can’t download the pattern. It just brings me back to the previous page.

    • Hi Rose – I’m not sure why. I am not experiencing the same thing. Anyone else?

      • I also can not download the pattern. It brings me to the previous page as well like Rose

        • Hi Stephanie – Glad to see you figured it out. Sorry for any problems!

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