Tote Your Lunch in Style

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Make Several of These Fabric Bags for Gifts!

This little fabric bag was designed as a lunch bag but it has so many other uses. The drawstring cover keeps everything in place, and keeps dust and prying eyes out. We especially enjoy how it changes personality with the fabrics used.





The bag was designed by Ayumi at Pink Penguin. It’s 9″(width) x 7 1/2″(height w/o handles) x 5 1/2″ (depth). She designed it to work with bento boxes, but it would tote your lunch in style however you package it.

This bag will also be perfect for toting small craft and quilting projects. It’s quick to put together and anyone with sewing experience should be able to create one in no time.

Lunch Bag

We first discovered this bag at Bee in My Bonnet, where the author stitched up several. She says each bag takes 5 fat quarters.

Lunch Bags

Lunch Bag

We love this cheerful strawberry version from Why Not Sew.

Strawberries Lunch Bag

This Little Lamb Bag from Why Not Sew is perfect for anyone young at heart.

Little Lamb Bag

This will be a fun project for quilting groups, not to mention a charming way to tote your lunch on quilting days – or just about anywhere!

Click here for the free “Lunch Bag” tutorial.

 

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