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Easy Felt Wallet


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Make a quick and easy felt wallet for a gift from The New Image Group. It makes a great summertime wallet because it's lightweight and can be made in a variety of bright colors.

Easy Felt Wallet


  • Scissors
  • Fabric Glue
  • Square of Hook and Loop Fastener with Adhesive Back
  • Ruler/ Tape Measure
  • 19 x 12 Soft Felt Sheet
  • 19 x 12 Printed Soft Felt Sheet
  • Felt Wallet Template


  • Stick-It Felt Stickers
  • Iron
  • Fusible Webbing (3/8" Wide)


Note: You can replace glue in this craft with fusible webbing. Follow application instructions on the package to ensure proper adhesion.



  1. Using theFelt Wallet Template, cut out the below pieces:
    Printed Felt 9 x 12:
    Large Rectangle
    1 Pocket
    Solid Soft Felt 9 x 12:
    1 Pocket
  2. Place printed felt pocket about 4 1/4" on wrong side of large rectangle.
    The top of the pocket is at the 4 1/2" mark.

    Felt Wallet Step 2
  3. Apply a thin line of glue to the right and left sides and the bottom of pocket piece. Let dry. Make sure not to glue the top of the pocket.
    TIP: Use a heavy book to help keep in place while glue
    is drying.

    Felt Wallet Step 3
  4. Place solid felt pocket about half way under the printed felt pocket.

    Felt Wallet Step 4
  5. Repeat step 3.
  6. Fold up section from the bottom of the large rectangle. It should stop half way on the solid piece.

    Felt Wallet Step 6
  7. Glue right and left sides into place. Let dry.
  8. On top portion of large rectangle, fold top down (wrong sides together) about 3/4".

    Felt Wallet Step 8
  9. Glue into place.
  10. Apply square of hook and loop fastener to keep secure.

Optional: Further personalize your wallet by adding any of our Stick-It Felt Stickers!





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My 7 and 8 year old grandkids are always waiting for one of us to say we do not want our wallets anymore so they can ask if they can have it or we are always buying them one because they lose it. This felt wallet is a great idea because felt is cheap and if they lose it no big deal. I like that the felt wallets are light weight too and you can decorate them any way you like. Great party gift for a birthday party guests. Such a very easy tutorial for the whole family.

This is an easy way for a 5 min proyect, that works for upcycle old felt

Very cute! Imagine all of the cute wallets that everyone will be carrying now;} Thanks!

How clever. and thank you for the pattern. I'll try it and let you know how it works. I plan to decorate the front by cutting out felt with a Spellbinder die. This is so much fun to have projects just come to your email each day.

I see simular ones sold on for $35.00. They are beautiful.


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