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10 Quick & Easy Wallet Patterns You Can Sew in a Weekend!

Looking for a quick project you can finish in just one weekend? Sew a wallet! There are so many wallet patterns to choose from, from simple to complex. Plus, they can be thoughtful handmade gifts — or you can sew one for yourself and admire your handiwork every day!

To make a wallet, you will need easy-to-find notions you probably already have on hand, small cuts of your (perhaps hoarded!) fabric scraps and a few hours of time.

Sew your perfect wallet with one of these 10 quick wallet patterns!

Super Simple Wallet - So Sew EasyPhoto via Bluprint member So Sew Easy

1. Super Simple Wallet

This wallet is as it says — super simple! You can finish it and be heading out the door in just a couple of hours. Especially beginner friendly, it will organize six of your most important cards.

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Big Bow ZIpper Wallet - Michael Ann MadePhoto via Bluprint member Michael Ann Made 

2. Big Bow Zipper Wallet

Here’s a FREE wallet pattern that is easy to customize! Use lace scraps and embellishments to make your own unique zipper pouch. Collect some cash and a few cards and you are on your way.

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Fold and Stitch Wallet - SewCanShe

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3. Fold and Stitch Wallet

This simple FREE wallet pattern can be closed with velcro or snaps and sews up in a breeze. Great to throw in your purse — or make one as a gift for your favorite little girl or boy.

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Slimline Wallet - Carla's CreationsPhoto via Bluprint member Carla’s Creations

4. Slimline Wallet

If space is important, this wallet is for you. With lots of card slots and a zippered pocket, it will hold everything you need. Plus, its slim design fits into the smallest clutch so you can take it wherever you need to go.

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Limelight Accordion Wallet - RLR CreationsPhoto via Bluprint member RLR Creations

5. Limelight Accordion Wallet

Create a small accordion-style wallet that comes complete with a clear pocket for your ID and a zippered coin purse! Great for carrying “just the necessities.”

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Willow Tri-Fold Wallet - 2 Sew PrettyPhoto via Bluprint member 2 Sew Pretty

6. Willow Tri-Fold Wallet

This tri-fold wallet is easy to customize with large fabric scraps. Three slip pockets, a zippered area and six card slots help this wallet hold everything you need!

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Pearl Wallet Clutch - Swoon PatternsPhoto via Bluprint member Swoon Patterns

7. Pearl Wallet Clutch

The Pearl has you covered! It sews up easily with a zipper pocket to hold your phone and a detachable bi-fold compartment for cards. Plus it has a cute wrist strap, so you can use it as a purse!

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Bring the Basics Bag - Pink Pony DesignPhoto via Bluprint member Pink Pony Designs

8. Bring the Basics Bag – Cellphone Wallet

This tri-fold bag wallet has it all — and you can carry it with the detachable purse strap. This wallet will hold two slim cell phones, multiple cards and it even has a zippered pocket for coins and keys.

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Cell and Card Wallet - Teresa LucioPhoto via Bluprint member Teresa Lucio

9. Cell & Card Wallet

Get this FREE pattern and sew up a unique shaped wallet made especially for holding your cell phone. Inside find a phone pocket, zipper pocket and multiple card slots. Everything you need in one place!

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Pick a Pocket Wallet - ChrisW DesignsPhoto via Bluprint member ChrisW Designs

10. Pick a Pocket Wallet

This wallet lives up to its name by having the most pockets to help organize your purse! It has card slots, multiple zipper pockets for change or a cell phone, plus a clear ID/photo slot. You can follow View A or B to create your perfect wallet — all held in with a tab to keep everything safe.

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Marsha Lawrence

Great roundup, Sherri. I need a few weekends to myself to get to those patterns.


Very pleased with it, however would be nice if packaging would be such that I could give it as a gift.


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