A while back my daughter came to town and she had the cutest little card wallet that was just big enough to hold a couple of credit cards and a driver’s license. It was just the perfect size.
As I am sure many of you can relate, with 2 littles, she often doesn’t want to carry a purse on top of all the other “kid stuff” she has to tote around. So, this little card wallet is perfect for her to make a quick trip to the store, or go to a ballgame or even the gym.
It’s big enough to carry a credit card or two, your license and keys. I decided that between my two embroidery machines, my Ricoma Multi-needle and/or my Janome 550E single needle, surely I could create something similar. I did just that! I made not one, but two different versions of this simple little wallet.
Want to know the best part? I am sharing the embroidery files with you! If you have an embroidery machine with a 4 x 4 hoop you can make the version below.
If you have a machine that can stitch 5 x 7 you can make either the eyelet version above or this snap tab version
I think they are equally adorable! Don’t be afraid to mix up the patterns, materials, etc. The vinyl I used can be found HERE (note: it’s not always in stock, so when you see it, grab it!) I think cork makes a really cute card wallet as well. There are endless varieties of vinyl styles. I can’t wait to see what you choose.
I have included step by step instructions in the video tutorial below. I stitched on both my multi-needle and my single needle in the video. Remember, just because I may use a multi-needle in my videos, as long as you have a hoop of similiar size, you can create the same projects on a single needle machine.
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ITH Card Wallet by lorrie nuneMAKER
Create these fun card wallets in a 4x4 or 5x7" In The Hoop utilizing your single or multi-needle embroidery machines. A fast a easy sew!
For a step by step tutorial, please watch my Youtube video
This is a digital download only. No physical product will be sent.
Note: You may sell finished items made with this file, however, please do not share, sell nor recreate the digital file.
So, on to the video instructions: