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Bargello Needlepoint Wallet

By: Nuts About Needlepoint

Love bargello needlepoint? Then you'll go crazy for this Bargello Needlepoint Wallet from Nuts About Needlepoint. Bets of all, it can be made in an afternoon!


Bargello Needlepoint Wallet



  • wallet
  • 6″ x 6″ piece of canvas (I used 18 mesh)
  • permanent marker
  • credit card
  • needle
  • threads of your choice


Bargello Needlepoint Wallet


  1. Trace the credit card outline onto the canvas (the openings are designed for them, so it’s a perfect fit) using the permanent marker.
  2. Find the middle of the canvas and begin to stitch.
  3. Stitch every other line in an overdyed thread. The other lines alternat between light (Flair) and dark (velour and Petite Frosty Rays).
  4. Once you have finished stitching, trim your needlepoint. Leave a one thread margin at top and bottom and a two thread margin on the sides. The needlepoint just slips in.
  5. If you want to make it permanent, use a sticky film (available at craft stores) or extra strong double-sided tape to fasten it into the pocket. You could also glue the pocket up.


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