It Has Many Other Uses, as Well!
This well-designed fabric lunch bag was originally designed for a child but it’s perfect for just about anyone. Just change the fabric to suit.
A center divider and large pocket make it easy to keep lunch items organized. There’s room for a sandwich, bag of snacks, beverage, an apple and more. Insul-Bright batting helps keep things warm or cool, while a velcro flap keeps everything contained and in its place.
This compact bag is also great for toting sewing supplies and other goodies. You’re sure to find lots of uses for it besides lunch. Plus, you can change the pockets to suit your needs.
The finished bag, designed by Virginia Lindsay, is 9.5″ tall by 9″ wide.
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