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Folded Accordion Wallet Tutorial

Mini Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY
 This richly illustrated tutorial is a folding wallet beautiful fabric. Can also be leather, you see? It is beautiful!



Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

 Pattern

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

  
Cut Adhesive interlining twice for each template, as shown above.
 

 Note that the interlining was glued leaving space for sewing.

  Notice the patterns of fabrics. For tabs, of the same tissue oval that will make the external side of the card. We will work with these tabs. Separate them

 Join the two tabs, right with right to close them

 Join the two parts, following the design of the tabs, tear off the curved portions to turn without the tangle fabric.


 Turn to the right and make a seam around the edge of the tab.

 Place the large oval tissue in the same patterned flap right side up and over it, in the upper straight side put the tab with the curved portion in and the straight part touching the top edge, as the photo. Spend a sewing just to hold this tab

 On the oval and the stitched flap put the fabric inner liner, in this case balls, right with right floral fabric.

 Sewing around to hold the fabric, leaving about 8 cm without sewing to turn to the right. Perforation of the curved portions.

 Turn to the right side, also bringing the tab out and pass a seam around the work, taking the opportunity to close the gap left turn to the right.

 Keep your work with the wrong side up (reverse = inside of the wallet)


 To working with the smaller pieces: Join the two, right with right tissue, as images


 Sewing around leaving a 6 cm without sewing to turn on the right. Tear the corners with scissors. Turn to the right and make a seam around, also closing that was open to untap.

 This is important because it defines the assembly of the portfolio. Take the piece most sewn and left with the reverse up in step 10 and on it put the mold to make the markings of lines of mold. Notice in the picture that the part that overlaps must match one of the hallmarks of the base part. Do exactly the same effect you see in the image. The rounded side of the overlapping piece should be on the flap and the right side should be aligned with the straight edge of the base. With a marker pen, pass a straight line on the overlapping part exactly where this is the line marked on the base part.


 This part on the assembly of the portfolio will obey certain folds marked previously and will be made with other tissue, but it is the same tutorial, okay?

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

 Lift the bottom of the piece that was sewn in half on the base part. When lifting, fitting his left side in the fold that will make the nearest piece of this line. Give a "pinch" to hold that part of the tissue between the fingers, using the line as a guide. Secure with pin.

 Lift the other part of the tissue that was not sewn and which is on the tab of the base part and do the same as it did in the previous step: using the line as a guide, take a pinch the tissue, forming a fold in which fit this of the fabric. Secure with pin. This explains clearly how to do.

 Do the same thing on the other side of the pouch. Secure with rivets own parties with pins.

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY
 Finish with very pretty buttons and zippers.


Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

Accordion Folded Wallet. Free Sewing Pattern and Tutorial. Step by step DIY

2 comments:

  1. This is so cute. Great instructions. I have a question though. Are the pattern pieces that you show full size? I'm dying to make this! Thank you in advance.

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  2. Hello and good day. I am in the United States and have been looking for a nice small clutch for in my purse. I enlarged your pattern by 155% and it turned out so cute. Thank you !

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