20 Free Wallet Patterns: Sew A Beautiful Pocketbook!

| |

Find out how easy it is to sew your own wallet! I love sewing wallets to carry cards, cash, my phone, and sometimes more items. No matter what kind of wallet you want to sew, you’ll find lots of ideas here. Here you’ll find snap wallets, card wallets, bi-fold wallets, tri-fold wallets, wallets to hold your phone, and more! You can choose from snap, zipper, and velcro closures.

Easy Wallet Pattern With 2 Card Pockets

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

This easy and slim wallet pattern is perfect for holding cash and credit cards. The pattern includes free templates to make 2 different wallet sizes, plus a step-by-step tutorial. 

The Fold and Stitch

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

This simple wallet pattern, the Fold and Stitch Wallet, is perfect for children or adults. It has a handy coin pocket that closes with hook and loop tape and two card slots. The easy to follow directions make this a great beginner’s sewing project.

Don’t forget you can catch a video tutorial for the Fold and Stitch wallet on my YouTube channel too! Make one for yourself or gift it to someone else.

Easy Bi-Fold Wallet Pattern with Cash Pocket

Photo credit: Sew Simple Home

Everyone loves a classic bi-fold wallet! This free wallet pattern has lots of card slots and a cash pocket.

Cork Fabric Wallet

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

This is a perfect first project for anyone who hasn’t already worked with cork fabric. The DIY Cork Fabric Card Wallet is simple to make but so pretty and functional you will make more than one. The thickness of the cork fabric makes it ideal for a wallet like this.

 If you want a larger wallet, be sure to check out my tutorial Bigger and Better Cork Wallets.  Perhaps you will make a set!

Easy Leather Wallet Tutorial

Photo credit: See Kate Sew

Learn to sew with leather using this easy leather card wallet tutorial from See Kate Sew. This is so chic and sophisticated and perfect for a guy or a gal!

  The Perfect DIY Wallet

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

The Perfect DIY Wallet has it all. Card slots, zippered coin pocket, phone pocket, and even a cross-body strap.

Additionally, the pattern includes optional d-ring tabs so a cross body strap can be attached. Or only one d-ring could be used to attach a wrist strap making this a cute wristlet.

Business Card Wallet

Photo credit: A Spoonful of Sugar

Are you a crafty business owner like me who always forgets to bring along business cards? Here’s a darling little business card wallet pattern that’s just for you! It’s wonderful for using up scraps.

DIY Cell Phone Wallet

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

Another wallet pattern that’s super functional is the DIY Cell Phone Wallet with Card Pockets. It has all of the function of the Perfect DIY Wallet but with a vertical orientation for easier phone access. It is perfect for those times when all you want to carry is your phone and a card or two.

Easy Tea Wallet

Photo credit: Sew Simple Home

Here’s a wallet pattern with a different flavor: learn to sew a tea wallet! I love this idea because I have a taste for fruity and flowery herbal teas, but all I can ever get in restaurants or hotels is chamomile!

Snappy Coin Purse

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

If you are looking for a way to corral coins, try the Snappy Coin Pouch, which is made with a tape-measure closure. That’s right – there is a section of a metal tape measure in the top hem of this coin purse. It closes so tightly, you will never even think you should have used a zipper.

Tri-Fold Wallet Pattern with a Zippered Coin Pocket

Photo credit: Craft Passion

This cute wallet pattern includes applique, card pockets, a cash pocket and a zippered coin pocket! It has it all.

A Classic Bi-Fold Wallet

Photo credit: Modest Maven

The classic Bi-Fold Wallet will always be a winner. This great design is from Modest Maven.

  2-Sided Zips Wallet

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

My free 2 Sided Zips pattern makes a perfect wallet too, with space for your phone and cards!

Tri-Fold Wallet with 7 Pockets

Photo credit: sew4home.com

Sew4Home shares a fantastic tri-fold wallet pattern that’s great for carrying cards, coupons, cash, and more!

ID Card Wallet with a Vinyl Window

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

My ID Card Wallet looks like a normal card pouch from the front, but there’s a vinyl window on the back so you can quickly display the card details and see what’s inside. This easy sewing pattern is an oversized snap wallet redesigned to hold cards up to 3″ x 4″ without bending or folding them.

Scrap Wallet

Photo credit: The Sewing Loft

Here’s a darling little wallet pattern that’s perfect for showing off your favorite scraps! I love the hand-stitched accent, too.

Origami Card Wallet

Photo credit: Sum of Their Stories

This darling wallet idea from Sum of their Stories doesn’t use fabric or sewing, but I had to show you anyway! Make a DIY Origami Card Wallet with just paper.

The Pintuck Wallet

Photo credit: The Sewing Loft

Learn to sew pintucks and make a darling snap wallet with a video tutorial! Don’t miss the fun and easy Pintuck Wallet Tutorial.

Passport Wallet One

Photo credit: HARUNA

Every trip involves different situations, so I found two free passport wallet patterns for you to try. This first passport wallet is long and narrow and so pretty with binding around the edges.

Passport Wallet Two

Photo credit: Crafty Staci

This passport wallet pattern from Crafty Staci is smaller when folded up, but still has room for a passport (or two) and a bunch of cards.

More from SewCanShe

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

40 Free Ideas for Turning Your Fabric Scraps into Beautiful Useful Things!

Photo credit: Duckadilly.com

22 Easy-Peasy Quilt Patterns That Are Free and Perfect For Beginners!

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

11 Tips for Sewing a Straight Line: It’s Not As Easy As They Say!

Photo credit: SewCanShe.com

Disclosure: some of my posts contain affiliate links. If you purchase something through one of those links I may receive a small commission, so thank you for supporting SewCanShe when you shop! All of the opinions are my own and I only suggest products that I actually use. 🙂