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Disk Wallet
Basic Description Here is a plan for a simple project: a wallet that holds six compact disks or digital video disks. It is an interesting juxtaposition of old and new, but this fabric holder will certainly be a welcome retreat from those plastic jewel cases. The design we describe below will hold six disks, but we will describe how to hold two or three times this amount in the review section at the end of this plan.

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Next, we need to sew the pouches that will hold the disks. We are going to create these pouches by sewing them inside out first. Position the fabric on a worksurface with the seams pointing down the short end of the rectangle facing you. Fold 4" (10cm) of the top over the rest of the fabric and do the same for the bottom. Note that at this point, the seams will be visible. Iron a crease to hold the fabric in these locations or use pins to hold it properly. Next sew along the edges to create two large pockets in the fabric as shown by the dashed red lines in the graphic on the right. You can sew just the pockets or you can sew along the entire length as shown.
sew two large pouches in each end of the fabric

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