free pattern for gift card holder

Although I do love giving (and getting) handmade gifts, I made the decision last year to quit stressing myself out over making handmade gifts during the holiday season.
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Explore free patterns from the worlds best indie designers, right here on t Patterns Now ยป.And close the flap.I like the dimensional contrast in this project, but if you dont want your stitches to sink into the felt quite as much, use a water-soluble stabilizer on top of the felt.This is where the embroidery will be placed.Mark the intersection of the crosshairs on the felt with an air-soluble marker.Visit Make it Handmade.
The folded inside portion will become the pocket for evo car share gift card the gift card holder.
This little project was a great way to use up scraps of this winter themed fabric I've had for far too long.
Make several to have on hand when you need them.
This is the perfect way to add a handmade touch to an impersonal gift card.
Tips for further customizing your gift card holder: Personalize with a small monogram.She also owns m, a site dedicated to stretching your sewing dollar with money saving projects, product reviews and info about the latest sales posted daily.I'm Palak from, make It Handmade and Sewistry a blog all about sewing on the cheap.Carefully tear the adhesive stabilizer away from the felt.Sew along the outside of your folded square leaving a small opening at the top for turning.Step 6: Starting from a bottom corner at the fold, stitch up the side, around the front flap, and down the other side to close the pocket using a blanket stitch or overcast stitch.You can also make a pretty patch work version with multiple fabric scraps and a little bit of extra time.

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I have a special place in my heart for clever sewing construction, and I think this little gift card holder is clever!
Step 5: With the stitched design right-side down, fold the bottom square end of felt up 2 to the fold line to create the gift card pocket.