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Insulated Picnic Large Lunch Sack Sewing


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I have a big family, and wanted to be able to carry a six pack of cold sodas, some snacks, sandwiches, silverware and napkins in the same bag, with a carrying strap. This is also great for my husband, who loves to eat big! This will hold stacks of reusable plastic tubs, drinks, snack bags, etc. It most of all needed to be eco friendly and washable. It is. It is my: Extra Large, Picnic Sized Double Insulated, quilted, washable, water resistant Bag! It makes me happy to pack it and head out for some fun in the woods, or the beach. It is double insulated to keep your food cool/hot whichever you put into it. I have also included some notes as to the materials used in this and food safety. If you want to use pre-quilted material it will only make your bag go together faster! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Able to sew a straight line comfortable sewing multiple layers at one time SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Main bag: 11" tall, 8" x 6" on bottom, 21" long handle. Back pocket 4 1/2" x 6" Reusable Fabric Napkin: Measures 13" square Reusable Sandwich and Snack Bags: 7 1/4" x 5" Snack bag; 7" x 7 1/2" Sandwich Bag Reusable Stand Up Snack Bag: measures 7" wide, 7 1/4" high, bottom is 4" x 3 1/2" Reusable Sandwich Wrap 'n Tray: Measures 14" across

Recommended with this pattern

  • For main bag: 1/2yard of Main Fabric, Fat Quarter(s)of Contrast Fabric (s) for Pockets, Quarter yard of Peltex Interfacing, 1/2 yd Batting, 1/2 yd InsulBrite , VELCRO
  • Reusable Fabric Napkin: Measures 13" square, uses a fat quarter
  • Reusable Sandwich and Snack Bags:Fat Quarter of Main Fabric, and Nylon, 7" VELCRO

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