My sister and her family are making a long distance move, leaving this weekend. Last week she wondered about the passport wallet I had made for our family. Of course I was happy to make one for them too!
I didn't have time to be as indecisive about fabric choices as I usually am, especially considering we don't live in the same town so the wallet would have to be mailed in order to get there before the weekend. So due to the short order, I kept it pretty simple using Kona Coal for pretty much the whole thing, but I spiced it up with just a little bit of patchwork.
I managed to scrounge up enough passports in our house so you could see that this wallet holds 6. There is also an outside pocket that runs the length of the wallet for them to hold loose papers or other travel documents.
The pattern is by Amber of One Shabby Chick, do check it out if you think a passport wallet like this might be something your family could use - the pattern includes a 4-passport and a 6-passport version. We haven't traveled with the one I made for us yet, but I'm already happy to have something to hold all of our passports together, even while they live in the drawer most of the time!