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Toddler Wallet

Dakota gets an allowance for putting the forks and napkins on the table and helping me with a few other things around the house. When we go to the store he likes to carry his money in his pocket but somehow it never seems to stay put.  I figured it was time for him to have a wallet, but the store bought wallets are too big to fit in his little pockets plus they are just plain boring.  So I decided to make him one using some fabric he chose a few months ago.

Supplies Needed:
  • 1/8 yard fabric of choice
  • Scrap fabric in coordinating color
  • Fusible interfacing
  • Thread
  • Sewing Machine
From fabric cut a square 7" x 7"
Also cut a rectangle 7" x 3.5"

From coordinating fabric cut a rectangle 7" x 3.5"

Cut 2 pieces of fusible interfacing 7" x 3.5"
Apply fusible webbing to the rectangle pieces of fabric following manufactures directions.

Fold the square fabic in half and top stitch at fold.  Lay on top of the coordinating fabric.
Make sure they match up at the bottom. The coordinating fabric will be a little taller. 

Baste around the the sides and bottom.  DO NOT baste at the top.

Here's what it should look like. ( You can click on the picture to make it bigger)

Lay the other fabric traingle on top of the pieces you basted.

Sew around all sides using a 1/4" seam.  Leave a 2" opening for turning it out.

Clip the corners.

Turn right side out.

Iron it then top stitch.  Fold it in half and iron the fold.

Dakota is LOVING his new wallet. I love not having to worry about his money falling out of his pockets.

These would make a great gift!  Just add some money or even a gift card will fit in it!

Any questions just ask. I'll be happy to help!!!!


annies home said...

my toddlers love to carry around wallets thanks for showing how to make them

janimal said...

That's a great tutorial and a fun project. Thanks!

Shayna @ Texas Monkey said...

I love it, I love all things Monkey! Thank you for linking up with All About You Monday, I'm featuring this today so stop by and grab a button.

Nike@ChooseToThrive said...

Such a fun project! My boys would love to have a "big-kid" wallet like their dad.

Anonymous said...

Cute wallet and great idea to make it for the little ones! I love this fabric...if you look a couple of rows down from you at We Did It Wednesday at Sew Much Ado, you'll see what I mean!

Kyla Armstrong said...

My little one would love this! Thanks for the great idea! Thanks for linking up to TOO Cute Tuesday!

Anonymous said...

what a super cute idea! I currently know some little ones who would LOVE that! Thanks so much for linking up to Handmade Tuesdays @ Ladybug Blessings!! Make sure to come link up next Tuesday!

Brandi said...

That is super duper cute! :)

Came over from funky polka dot griraffe too cute tuesday! :)

Ashlee Marie said...

what fun! I bet she loved it. Thanks for linking up to Topsy Turvy Tuesday!

Debbi Does Dinner Healthy said...

This is cute, fun with different fabrics! Found you through Lamb Around! Thanks!

Jennifer said...

OMG I LOVE this!! So glad you posted this tutorial! Thanks for linking up on my linky last week! Will have another tomorrow.

Also, bookmarking this for when Lil' J is a lil older! :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks for linking to Fantabulous Friday! I will def be making one for my little man!

Crystal said...

This is so cute. What a great idea.

Jen said...

Ok, that is super super cute! You could use so many patterns too.
Found you through the LambAround