Hey y’all and welcome to the Sewspire! My name is Andrea and today I am here to show you how to sew a phone wallet with RFID Blocking Fabric. If you are not familiar, the blocking fabric is commonly used to protect credit cards, passports and such from electronic theft devices.
For this project you will need to precut the following fabric panels:
(2) 8.5″ x 16″ Body Panels (one of which will be lined with a like size piece of quilt batting and RFID Blocking Fabric)
(1) 8.5″ x 7″ Phone Pocket
(2) 8.5″ x 8.5″ Cash / Card Pockets
(1) 3″ x 18″ Wristlet Strap
Additional supplies include:
1 one inch o-ring
1 decorative swivel fob
1 decorative snap closure
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