**THIS IS NOT A PATCH, SHIRT, OR A PHYSICAL ITEM.** This is a design to be used with an embroidery machine. Nothing will be mailed to you. Do not purchase this item if you do not have an embroidery machine.
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Adorable foldover snap case for the small plastic card holder wallets. Stitches in minutes; super easy to make!
Materials list and instructions are included.
You’ll need: two pieces of embroidery vinyl or other ITH material (or one if you don’t care if it has an inner “lining,” or one if you’re using a double sided vinyl as shown. Search “double sided faux leather” on your favorite craft site. Here is a link to that search on Amazon.)
One snap set and a way to install it
Two eyelets and a way to install them (I used 3/16″ size)
Elastic cording (I bought mine at Michaels but I’ve seen it on Amazon in 1mm or 2mm size – depends on which size eyelet you use)
Small plastic ID wallet
Design is 8.5″ x 4″ in the following formats: DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, XXX, VP3.
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