Make a Pretty Bag for Your Lunch and More

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They’re Wonderful for Gifts, Too!

These pretty little bags are perfect for carrying your lunch or a bottle of water and a snack. They also have many uses for toting smaller items and preventing them from getting lost. A big will sit nicely in the top of a larger bag full of supplies for a day out quilting with friends.

The bags also make nice gifts. Fill one with a few fat quarters for a quilting friend, kitchen utensils for a cook, a box of chocolates for Valentine’s and much more.

Snack Sack Pattern

Choose a nice combination of three coordinating fabrics for each bag. Select according to the gift giving occasion, to suit the recipient or just because you love the fabrics. You may already have some beautiful combinations in your stash.

Each finished bag, from The Sweetwater Co., is 8″ x 7″ x 2 3/4″.

Click here to purchase the “Snack Sack” pattern.


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