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Wallet interior I am proud of

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Very ice. You should be proud!!!!

 

Ferg

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That is very well done. It's so smooth, and balanced, with nice color harmony. Marvellous stitching, too!
I can't figure out how the little pouch is stitched onto the liner-- can you explain the pattern?

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Love the change purse design.

Tom

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1 hour ago, Ferg said:

Very ice. You should be proud!!!!

 

Ferg

Thanks!

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1 hour ago, DJole said:

That is very well done. It's so smooth, and balanced, with nice color harmony. Marvellous stitching, too!
I can't figure out how the little pouch is stitched onto the liner-- can you explain the pattern?

Let's see if I can explain...

The flap is separate, stitched to the main interior piece

The body of the pouch is stitched to the main on the outside only, the side with the flap is not stitched as you can see.

The gussets are stitched on either side of the cut, in the interior of the pocket.

Due to the size the flap is cut it does not permit the coins to fall out.

 

I'm not sure I clearly explained, it's a bit difficult. It's only my 2nd time doing it this way. Next time I do one, I will try to take step by step pictures. It took me a while to figure this one out, I found no instructions.

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It's not even mine and I'm proud of it.    Beautiful work

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21 minutes ago, datdraku said:

Let's see if I can explain...

The flap is separate, stitched to the main interior piece

The body of the pouch is stitched to the main on the outside only, the side with the flap is not stitched as you can see.

The gussets are stitched on either side of the cut, in the interior of the pocket.

Due to the size the flap is cut it does not permit the coins to fall out.

 

I'm not sure I clearly explained, it's a bit difficult. It's only my 2nd time doing it this way. Next time I do one, I will try to take step by step pictures. It took me a while to figure this one out, I found no instructions.

I see now -- I couldn't see that those were gussets, and now I understand.  It's an interesting way to do a change pocket.

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Lovely work! I'd be proud, too!

So, I think you're saying the bottom of the flap is stitched to the edge of the wallet, so there's just the one line of stitching for the flap and the inner and outer pieces of the wallet?

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26 minutes ago, Sheilajeanne said:

Lovely work! I'd be proud, too!

So, I think you're saying the bottom of the flap is stitched to the edge of the wallet, so there's just the one line of stitching for the flap and the inner and outer pieces of the wallet?

Exactly!

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I like it. The stitching is maybe a bit large but it suits the wallet 

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46 minutes ago, Dunluce said:

I like it. The stitching is maybe a bit large but it suits the wallet 

thanks! it.s 3.85 mm spacing and 0.65 thread

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Well done. Thanks for sharing.

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That is beautiful work all the way around!

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Very nice

 

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Wait! What’s that I hear?

It’s the sound of thousands of Nebraska fans beating a path to your site!

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Nice work!

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Hi ! Very very beautiful work !! I'm hope try to make the same wallet interior. Can you tell me where you find the pattern ? I search on internet but I don't find same purse design ..
Thank you so much and have a great day ! 
 

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very nice i hope to be like you

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2 hours ago, MaryHann said:

Hi ! Very very beautiful work !! I'm hope try to make the same wallet interior. Can you tell me where you find the pattern ? I search on internet but I don't find same purse design ..
Thank you so much and have a great day ! 
 

Hello,

Thanks

I make my own patterns :)

1 hour ago, gengado said:

very nice i hope to be like you

Thanks!

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Absolutely Beautiful!

What brand and model sewing machine did you use on the wallet?

Sam:)

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On 10/17/2018 at 4:38 PM, ComputerDoctor said:

Absolutely Beautiful!

What brand and model sewing machine did you use on the wallet?

Sam:)

thanks!

 

It's hand sewn

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Good work! Your stitches are so precise it is amazing:)

Sam

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3 hours ago, ComputerDoctor said:

Good work! Your stitches are so precise it is amazing:)

Sam

Thanks again! I use a pricking iron to make the holes, from Wuta Leather, a Chinese company which makes some nice quality tools for a decent price.

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That's some really nice clean work.  Love the pocket, very nice.

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