Sew Your Own Wallet! Diva Frame Wallet Tutorial pattern from Sew Many Creations

Learn how to sew your own wallet with the Diva Frame Wallet Tutorial featuring the super popular pattern created by Sew Many Creations.

Quilt Addicts Anonymous has partnered with Sew Many Creations to bring you some fun tutorials of their fabulous bag patterns, so keep an eye out for more bag making tutorials in the future.

I just LOVE this pattern for a trendy wallet that is large enough to hold all of your credit cards, cash, change and then some. So you can just grab it and go, or throw it in your bag when you head out.

We’ll cover every step of the construction of the Diva Frame Wallet from preparing your pockets, to installing the zipper and frame, to final assembly. So if you are a visual learner, you can see the steps on video to help you create a wallet that looks professional. You’ll have all your friends asking for one.

All of the cutting instructions and written steps are included in the Diva Frame Wallet pattern by Sew Many Creations. You will need to purchase the pattern in order to follow along with this video.

Diva Frame Wallet pattern by Sew Many Creations:
Get a kit to make the wallet as shown in the video: SOLD OUT
Two fat quarters:
I used Cicada Song Mist by Cotton+Steel for the outside:
Diva Wallet Frame 7.5″ (I used Antique Brass) –
Decor Bond Heavy Fusible Pellon:
Gutermann Glue:
Thread to match:
Frixion Gel Pen:
Sewline Fabric Mechanical Pencil White:
Cutting Mat Quilter’s Cut ‘n Press I Teal 11in x 11in:
Olfa Deluxe 45MM Ergo Rotary Cutter:

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  1. Thank you so very much for making this tutorial! While the finished product looks great, I am struggling with parts of the directions as they don’t always specify right sides together or wrong sides together. And since the directions are in black and white, I can’t even get any clues from the diagrams! I was really struggling with page 5 of the directions, with the initial instructions for assembling the wallet. I couldn’t figure out if it was right sides together or wrong sides together or one wrong side to one right side! Your tutorial saved the day for me. Thank you!!


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