This sewing pattern and tutorial is available for instant download to you computer. The lunch sack is fully lined and French Seamed to make a finished interior with no raw edges. I show you step-by-step how to sew the zipper and the French Seams if you have never used those techniques before. It is an advanced beginner pattern, but a very patient beginner can make this. This is not a pattern for someone who has never sewn anything before. The finished lunch bag is a perfect size to hold plastic, glass, or stainless steel lunch containers or to hold the snack bags you can also make with this pattern. The pattern prints on 8.5x11 standard paper from a standard printer fully scaled. You do not need to enlarge this pattern.
The fold over snack sack style is ideal for kid's lunch bags. Without zippers, velcro, of snaps, these sacks are easy for little ones to open and close. Also great for anyone who wants to make many snack bags as this pattern is more affordable to produce and quicker to sew by excluding extra cost items like zippers or snaps.
The full color photo tutorial comes with step-by-step instructions from creating four sizes of bags. You get the tiny snack bag, a larger sized snack bag, the sandwich bag, and the baguette/hoagie roll bag. The bags are fully lined.
You do not need special tools or machines to make this pattern. No serger required. You can make this bag on a standard machine. The sample is made from home dec fabric, but you could also use jean, cotton, or other sturdy fabrics and lined with ripstop nylon. You can also line with cotton. The snack bags take about 10 minutes or less each to sew. The inside seams are fully finished with an overcast zigzag to prevent fraying. The lunch bag is about 1-2 hours depending on your sewing level.
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