I was inspired to make this double-flex-frame purllet by this really expensive clutch and a friend who had a double-framed wallet.
The fabric was a scrap given to me by a friend who had a skirt/dress made out of it in Ghana by this company.
I added a flush zip pocket to the inside to store goods and used the same technique to add a cash pocket and card slots (I lined the card slots with laminated cotton to help the cards stay put). I also inserted magnets to keep the purllet closed when not in use.
The flex-frame pockets are made with a recycled tape measure rather than an actual flex frame [because I am too impatient to wait and cheap to pay for them to be shipped to me], and one pocket contains a zippered change pouch.
Thanks to this tape measure for giving its life to this awesome little accessory. The remaining portion of the tape measure is underneath all that duct tape - I learned my lesson in securing it when it shot across the living room :) (I used a narrower 12' tape, not the 25' one) (PS, these things are harder to destruct than one would think.)
I was so happy to move into this new purllet - it's so convenient and the perfect size for all the regular items.
I'm contemplating writing a pattern for this guy :)