I've been on a quest to construct the perfect wallet for a while. I'm on my third or fourth version I think. I use them for about 6 or 8 months and then when they start to wear out or get dingy I make a new one. This was my first attempt. It's a little wonky as you can see, but it was functional. A bit too large as well, one of my requirements is that it has to fit into a pocket without too much trouble. The other requirements are a good number of pockets for cards, a billfold (preferably with a divider), and a zippered spot for change. The zipper part really was not as hard as I thought. This is version two. To combat the bulky edges problem, I tried doing the edges with bias trim. It was tricky and also a little bit wonky as you can see, but did make flatter seams. I really liked the stripes on this one. And this is my new one. I made it a bit smaller, and turned the pockets to the side to try and avoid having all my cards spill out into my purse. We'll see if that works out or not. I think my technique seems to be improving, so maybe after another few years I'll have this perfected.