No wonder we received lots of travel wallet requests from friends and families. I've made not less than eight (!) travel wallet already. Pfiuuh. So today I would like to share you the wallet that I've made. I've mentioned about this travel wallet before, but this time, I have more of them with different fabrics :)
The wallet dimension is (about) w 23cm x h 21 cm. The pocket inside the wallet has to be wide enough to store a passport, put your boarding pass and other documents, but not too big to make it comfortable in your hand.
Warning: some photos are taken with my phone camera, hence the awful colour and photo quality.
1. Omamori wallet
I bought the fabric in Japan, a fat quarter for 125 yen. I combined it with local brown twill, light brown stripe and dot and a light green cotton fabric.
2. The Purple Deer
I bought this fabric at Tomato Nippori. I feel in love with in the first glance. It is a 100% cotton fabric with texture that is very similar with Kokka's Echino line.
I found this fabric at Canberra Craft and Quilt Fair. I forgot which stall, but probably Wabi Sabi? This is an original Japanese fabric (not like the one that I found at Tanah Abang). The colour combination is very nice and the fabric is quite thick (especially compared with our local fabrics!). I combined it with Riley Blake's Green Plaid from Farm Fresh, yellow dot, and a salmon pink fabric. I personally really like this one, and wish I have this one instead of making it for someone XD
So, that's all. I still have more but unfortunately I don't have the pic.