Lunch Bag & BONUS sandwich bag pattern

from Little Stitchers' Pattern Company

Lunch Bag & BONUS sandwich bag pattern Pattern


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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic sewing skills

Pattern Description:

We love this uncomplicated, easy to construct Lunch Bag! It cinches tight to keep everything secure and the cool temperature in. It has an outside pocket to stow napkins & utensils (and perhaps a little ice cream money or love note:) It's so cute too... with the endless fabric combinations, you could stitch this little number up over and over again and no two would look alike. Make one for every member of your family or your friends, teachers, co-workers.

This adorable sewing pattern contains detailed sewing instructions suitable for use by seamstresses ages 8 and older. Written by a sewing teacher who specializes in teaching kids to sew, this pattern is great for all seamstresses - just learning & experienced - adults included.

*** As a bonus, we are including the instructions & pattern pieces to make reusable sandwich and snack bags*** Go green all the way we say! The reusable bags are lined in material that can be easily wiped out with a damp cloth and close securely with Velcro. Make a set to match your Lunch Sack for a truly coordinated look.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 13" tall x 10" wide x 3" deep


  • 1/3 yard main fabric
  • 1/4 yard contrast fabric
  • Scrap for pocket
  • 1/3 yard fusible fleece

You Will Also Need:

  • 1 spool of ribbon (no wider than 2")
  • 1 large button
  • 2" piece of velcro
  • *ripstop or shower curtain liner for sandwich bag
  • *package of sew on velcro for sandwich bag

About Designer

About Designer

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My name is Karen and I teach kids to sew. My in-home sewing school is a busy one filled with adorable children of all ages and abilitites. One never tires of the smiles and joy experienced when a student finishes a project they sewed on their own. Such a rewarding job!

One challenge I face is finding patterns written in lingo kids can follow. So, I developed Little Stitchers' ...

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