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allnaturalpam
« on: February 17, 2009 06:23:47 PM »

I was bored this morning, so while my boyfriend slept i had a random bout of creativity. his business card holder was sitting on his desk, and i always get frustrated with organizing my business cards, so i decided to make my own.



closed...



when opened (ignore my business cards lol).



the back when opened.

i used flannel, and ended up bending my needle. i do like the finished look though. this is only my second week of sewing so i think it came out pretty well. i measured the boyfriend's business card holder and used it to draft a pattern. one side has one pocket and the other has two. it would also make a cute little credit card wallet, especially if you used something like velcro to hold it together.

~pam
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« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2009 04:21:49 PM »

What a neat idea for using those small left over pieces of fabric.

I must try this.  Did you use anything for interfacing?
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allnaturalpam
« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2009 06:04:31 AM »

What a neat idea for using those small left over pieces of fabric.

I must try this.  Did you use anything for interfacing?

i didn't, but since the cards are so thick it seems to hold up pretty well... i might make another out of regular cotton (and not flannel since it was pretty thick), so i'd probably use interfacing then. i got a little impatient waiting in line at joann's over the weekend so i didn't pick any interfacing up.

~pam
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