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BTS Wallet Pattern

BTS Wallet Pattern

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Date published: 2 Sep 2021


I designed this little wallet for my youngest daughter who will be attending formal school next year. She does not need a whole lot of cards, but just her student ID card. She will not be carrying a lot of cash either, just a couple of dollars daily. This is why the BTS (Back-to-School) Wallet is a simple, yet functional wallet, perfect for every school-going kid!

This compact little wallet features an ID Window ideal for storing an ID card or a picture of your loved ones! Double slip pockets allow you to slip in cash or extra cards easily. Keep your coins safe in the zippered pocket. Flip the wallet around and you'll see an overlapped compartment - a perfect little spot for storing tissues, spare mask or a feminine product.

In fact, this wallet works great even for an adult looking for something lightweight to carry around! Its a BTS (Back-to-Simplicity) Wallet for them! This minimalist design forces you to be selective in your choices about what to carry around every day. It is a design that users of all ages will appreciate.

I would love to share this design with everyone! I hope you will enjoy making it as much as I do!

Product Features

  • 1 ID Window
  • 2 Slip Pockets
  • 1 Zipper Pocket
  • 1 Wrist Strap
  • 1 Overlapped Compartment
  • 1 Magnetic Closure

Pattern Details

The pdf pattern includes 37 pages of sewing instructions, complete with 86 step-by-step color photos. Also included in the PDF pattern are printable pattern pieces for your home printer. A video tutorial (right at the bottom of this page) is also available for the visual learners.

Estimated Finished Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth)

12.5 x 9 x 1.5 (cm)
4-7/8” x 3-1/2” x 5/8”

Materials and Supplies

  1. [1] Fat Quarter for main fabric (45 x 55cm or 18” x 22”)
  2. [1] Fat Quarter for contrasting fabric  (45 x 55cm or 18” x 22”)
  3. [1] Half yard lightweight interfacing (eg. SF101) (45 x 110cm or 18” x 44”)
  4. [1] Fusible Fleece (12 x 9cm or 4” x 3”)
  5. [1] T5 Plastic Kam snaps
  6. [1] 1cm (”) magnetic snaps
  7. [1] Clear vinyl (10 x 7cm or 4” x 2”)
  8. [1] 1.3cm (”) swivel clip
  9. [1] 1cm (”) d-ring (optional, omit if using split-ring key chain)
  10. [1] Size 3 12cm zipper (fixed length) OR [1] 11.5cm (4”) zipper (cut-to-length)
  11. [3] Sets of 8mm rivets (optional)

Skill Level

Confident Beginner

Product Photos

Video Tutorial

02:40 - Making d-ring tab
03:10 - Making the wrist strap
05:21 - Prepping your zipper
07:54 - Create ID Window
15:30 - Create Tissue Flaps
16:33 - Assembly of the Exterior
18:03 - Create Slip Pockets
19:59 - Create Zipper Pocket
23:51 - Final Assembly
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