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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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Now, just flip the two pockets inside out and flatten everything out. Using the graphic on the right as your guide sew two sets of two lines from top to bottom as shown by the red lines in the graphic on the right. We measured with a measuring tape and ironed in a crease so that we could make a accurately straight sew-lines. These two lines should be about 1/4" (6mm) apart so that you will be able to fold the wallet without the edges of the disks interfering with eachother. The 5 1/8" (13cm) will be enough to securely hold the disks but rendering them easy to insert and remove.
sew two sets of two sewlines as shown by the red lines

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