Easy Phone Wallet Organizer Video Tutorial Released!

wallet organizer videoI just wanted to let everyone know that we have published a video tutorial for the Easy Phone Wallet Organizer on our YouTube channel.

A lot of people following this project so we wanted to get the video out there as soon as we could.

There were a few tricky steps involved in sewing the zippers and zipper tabs in this project so hopefully, this video tutorial will help clear up any questions.

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Easy Phone Wallet Organizer Video Tutorial

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Here's a link to the written tutorial as well as the pattern download link for the Easy Phone Wallet Organizer.

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View the written tutorial HERE

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13 Responses to Easy Phone Wallet Organizer Video Tutorial Released!

  1. mattie says:

    .Enjoyed making the organizer. Just a suggestion, how about adding a zipper in the middle section so you can utilize that pocket also

    • So Sew Easy says:

      Hi Mattie, that’s an excellent idea! Many thanks. Any chance you can share a picture of your work here in the comments?

  2. Milagros Rodriguez says:

    Excelente explicación, agradecida, saludos

  3. Rita Griffin says:

    A super video. You not only explain how to accomplish a project but also why you do it that way. I noticed you place most of your pins in the fabric on a slant. Why on a slant? This is the first time I have seen this done. I look forward to more videos. Thank you for doing a video.

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      HI Rita, thank you! I place the pins c on a slant for two reasons one is that I am ambidexter and can remove the pins with either hand and the other reason is when I am using a difficult fabric for my sewing machine (three layers apparently is too much) when on a slant the fabric does not move. Finally tonight my sewing machine gave up and could not finish the post for tomorrow.

  4. Lace Faerie says:

    Thank you for sharing your tutorial!

  5. M Mavens says:

    Embarrassingly sloppy pattern matching and stitching.

    • Mayra at So Sew Easy says:

      Funny you mention that because I took out the part where I was explaining why I choose to go with the grain rather than the print. The pattern on the fabric is printed rather than woven. You know I was thinking you could get a better quality fabric for 12.50 a yard. don’t you think? Fabric is so expensive here…. By all means, load your sample on the comments with better stitching, there is always space for improving the post.

    • S Hone says:

      M MAVENS..
      I think you should be more concerned with how embarrassingly rude your comments are.

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