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Thread: Easy bento style lunch bag

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    Senior Member vanginney's Avatar
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    Easy bento style lunch bag

    I have been making these for my kids...I cut up 99 cent vinyl table cloth material for an easy wipe inside - kids are always so messy I really like this bag because it fits plastic containers, thermos, etc very nicely. I have visions of making a patchwork patterned one for my sewing supplies too.

    Here is the online tutorial: http://beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.ca/2...eaway.html?m=1

    and a pic of how mine turned out!
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    It looks great!

    Linda

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    nicely done
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    Good idea

    For a wipe down insides!
    Here's the one I did.
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    Love it! The color is awesome!

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    What cute bags!

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    Bet the kids are proud to show those off at school. Nicely done!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vanginney View Post
    I have been making these for my kids...I cut up 99 cent vinyl table cloth material for an easy wipe inside - kids are always so messy I really like this bag because it fits plastic containers, thermos, etc very nicely. I have visions of making a patchwork patterned one for my sewing supplies too.

    Here is the online tutorial: http://beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.ca/2...eaway.html?m=1

    and a pic of how mine turned out!
    I love it!

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    What a great lunch bag. And you are being so "green". I love it!

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    That is nice. Going to save the pattern now. I all sorts of totes I use for different meeting and it would be nice to have a different lunch bag. I could make some for Christmas gifts and birthday gifts for coworkers. Thanks for sharing.

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