****This is a DIGITAL SEWING PATTERN. It is not an actual wallet. It is a pattern to make your own wallet. Please read entire listing before purchasing. Thanks!****
This is a PDF pattern for a wallet inspired by Dave Ramsey's cash envelope system. The pattern includes everything you need to know to make a wallet that has six envelopes, each with a plastic sleeve to slip in labels; four (4) credit card slots, with a checkbook pocket behind them; and a zipper pocket for change with a large pocket behind it (that I like to use for coupons).
This pattern is 28 pages long with lots of photos and step-by-step directions.
This pattern is in PDF form and will be available for download within a couple of minutes of purchasing! You will receive an email after your payment goes through with a link to download the pattern. You can also access the purchased pattern in the "purchases" section of your etsy account.
****Please note: You cannot access your download through the etsy mobile app. It has to be done from a computer.*****
Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for looking!
Nice pdf file. May confuse people new to making and sewing but the pictures help. Took longer then stated to get the file but all good now. Looking forward to getting stuck into a project
5 days ago by sirbosslady
Jun 18, 2018 by Jill Longan
Excellent pattern! Easy to read and understand with all the pictures
May 24, 2018 by Beth Snyder
THe shop not helping me get the pattern..but to no avail is she helping me. Will not buy from the shop again and I hope i get refunded for the purchase
Mar 31, 2018 by barbara tacheene
* JUNE - Dropped a star in my review because I still have not heard back. Too bad.
* APRIL - Dropped a star in my review because it's almost a month later and my message hasn't been answered. I ended up purchasing a similar pattern from another seller?
Great pattern for a great wallet layout. Perfect for Dave Ramsey style of budgeting - and such CUTE options! Had a few questions, but I contacted the seller. I'm still waiting on a reply, but I don't think the pattern is the issue, just my understanding of the photos in the tutorial bit. Great experience. Thank you!