Diy lunch bag
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How to sew a lunch bag. This free lunch tote pattern is easy to sew and includes a video tutorial to show you how to sew it. Learn how here.
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Step by step Lunch Bag Tutorial
Do you want to make yourself an insulated lunch box? Where here we have a fabulous DIY Insulated Lunch Bag sewing pattern. And what’s even better it comes with a video tutorial and everything is FREE. You cannot get better than that! The designer, SewingTimes, says that this lunch bag is perfect for carrying food […]
Carola De Cote saved to Kids
Back in the day when I was a kid, we all used to carry those tin lunch boxes with us wherever we went because our moms would go berserk if we skipped out on a meal. Those kinds of boxes can be found nowadays too, but there’s a much better alternative to them. A DIY lunch bag will do the job just as well, but it’s lighter, easier to carry around and to clean, and it’s environmentally friendly! Not to mention the money you’ll save up when you switch over to a reusable lunch bag. And these bags…
Sandy Herzberger saved to Sewing
This is an Insulated Lunch Bag pdf sewing pattern from the designer Miss Freckles Design. This is your chance to sew your own insulated lunch bag! An insulated lunch bag is a good environmental alternative to paper/plastic disposable bags for taking lunch to school and the workplace. This Lunch Bag is durable and maintains the […]
Sandie Roberts saved to lunch bags
This is the Julie Roll Top Project Bag pdf sewing pattern that comes in three sizes from the designer Miss Freckles Design. Now is your chance to sew yourself an adorable project bag! This Roll Top Bag comes in three sizes and can also be used as a knitting bag too. The three different sizes […]
Hol Newt saved to Crafty Corner
Back to School season is here once again, so I decided to do a simple lunch bag tutorial. Here is what you will need: 1 yrd. bag fabric - that is its real name, and it is very cheap small Velcro squares Optional 1/4 yard contrasting bag fabric Step 1 cut main body into a piece that is 29 1/2 in. x 8 in cut side pieces to be 12 1/4 x 5 Step 2 pin the sides to the body with right sides together as shown below and stitch. I used the edge of my pressure foot as my guide. Step 3 Now you have a…
Faith Nicosia saved to Crafty
It also keeps pesky carpenter bees away and is completely non-toxic.
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