Pad & Tampon Holder Pattern

Easy to follow for beginners as well as confident sewers! The instructions are written for beginners who are comfortable using their sewing machine and can straight stitch. It has a detailed description of each step with photos to show you how to make a pad & tampon wallet.

It will be a great gift for your friends and family. This wallet design is the best way of carrying your personal products to an office, school or ladies' room. It can hold several pads and 3 tampons and closes with a matching button and elastic loop. Interfacing is added for stronger structure.

The best thing is that this design doesn't show the sewed lines of dividing each tampon pocket on the back of the wallet.

Finished Size : approximately 4.5" x 6.5" (11.43cm x 16.51cm) when closed.

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• Pad & Tampon Holder Sewing Pattern • Suitable for Beginners • Step by Step Instructions • Full Coloured Photos & Diagrams

Materials you need at home:

• Exterior fabric 1/4 yard * Interior fabric 1/4 yard * Medium-heavy weight fusible interfacing 1/4 yard * Matching button * Elastic hair loop

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