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From a tragically lost shawl
I bought a beautiful shawl at the University of Borås in Sweden which has a great Textiles and Design school, but unfortunately only wore it once before it ended up in the washing machine, and then shrunk.

So rather than throwing it away I decided to craft myself the perfect wallet - something I've never been able to find in shops.

Here are my requirements:
- At least twelve card slots
- A large coin purse
- Two slots for notes/vouchers/business cards
- All zips together.

So I made one, combining several tutorials I found for DIY wallets and adjusting it to my specifications.

It's made from the shrunken shawl and some bits of plain cotton, along with chunky zips. I'm also pleased that I managed to incorporate the designer's button into the new wallet.

It's far from perfect (if you look at it properly it's more trapezoid than rectangle!) but I like it anyway, and have had lots of compliments!

Oh and the little pocket on the front is for my travel card so it's easy to access!

Posted by Knittin' Kitten from Liverpool, England, United Kingdom • Published See Knittin' Kitten's 31 projects »
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