2 Fat quarters (or a bunch of scraps)
Some fusible interfacing
A hair tie
Step 1: Cut out your pieces.
1st Pocket: 8.25" x 4" (from Fat Quarter A)
2nd Pocket: 8.25" x 4" (from Fat Quarter B)
Fusible Interfacing: 2 pieces 8.25" x 4"
Scrappy Oustide: Cut a bunch of 1" x 4" and 2" x 4" pieces (From Fat Quarter A and B)
Lining: 8.25" x 4" (or you can make it scrappy like I did and do the same thing that you do for the Scrappy Outside.)
Make sure to iron open your seams.
Here's all your pieces: 2 pockets, 1 lining, 1 scrappy outside, and 2 fusible interfacing pieces.
Serge or zigzag along the bottom of each pocket piece.
Take your second pocket piece and pin it to the bottom of the lining piece. Sew in place (about 1/8" from the bottom).
Sew around the outside with a 1/4" seam leaving a 3" opening at the bottom. Clip your corners and trim off the excess strings and hair tie.
Iron your wallet so it's nice and crisp. Topstitch around the outside of the wallet 1/8" from the edge. This will close up your hole you left from turning and just make it look pretty.
Step 9: Sew on a button to the front of your wallet. Make sure not to hand stitch through the inside pockets!
Fill it full of all those cards that you need, but that take up space in your wallet. Or give it to an adorable kid.