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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 0000 (Tri-fold Tea Wallet)

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Posted on:10/20/08 8:44 AM
Last Updated:10/20/08 8:58 AM


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pt6356 said... (10/21/08 7:47 AM) Reply
Thank you for the detailed tutorial. This is perfect for keeping tea bags in my desk at work, and a great gift idea!
KrystalL said... (10/20/08 8:19 PM) Reply
@ ladykicks--hmm...you will need to add about 1/2" to the length of the wallet so the finished dimensions would be 9-1/2" x 7".
ladykicks said... (10/20/08 8:03 PM) Reply
cute! are the pockets big enough that credit cards would fit?
Jill Giard said... (10/20/08 7:41 PM) Reply
Great idea! Thanks for the very thorough tutorial. I know what I am giving my tea obsessed sisters!
Tiner W said... (10/20/08 4:12 PM) Reply
That's really a great idea. I am a tea lover and I can tell you that we are discriminated against all over the place! While coffee lovers get hot, gourmet coffee, we get cheapo tea bags and luke warm water! I often do carry tea bags with me just in case I can get hot water! ;)
betta1 said... (10/20/08 11:31 AM) Reply
Thank you for the tutorial - nicely done!
sewtime said... (10/20/08 11:16 AM) Reply
Cute, very nice!
sewtime said... (10/20/08 11:14 AM) Reply
Cute, very nice!
squirrellypoo said... (10/20/08 11:11 AM) Reply
Very cute idea!
Frogstitcher said... (10/20/08 9:19 AM) Reply
I love it! Great gift idea. Thanks so much for the tutorial to help us make our own. I know I'll be making one for a family member this year.
marec said... (10/20/08 9:04 AM) Reply
This is great-cute, useful and a wonderful way to use scraps. Thanks so much for sharing your project!
 
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