Lunch Bag Patterns - 21 designs
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21 of the best free Lunch Bag Patterns & Tutorials on the web!
Note: An asterisk (*) next to a project indicates that it's a PDF file.
Oilcloth Lunch Sack
Skip to My Lou
Lunch Bag
Circle Bag Lunch
Me Sew Crazy
Lunch Bag
See Katie Sew
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Why use a boring old paper bag to carry your lunch when you can sew one of these adorable lunch sacks instead?

Here you'll find a collection of over twenty free lunch bag/lunch sack patterns gathered from all over the web.

And since a fabric lunch bag is reusable, it is of course, better for the environment. And one of the simpler lunch bag
designs can make a good first project for a beginner just learning how to sew.

And if you decide to make your lunch bag from a cotton fabric, you’ll probably want to be able to launder your finished
bag. Therefore, just remember to preshrink your fabric first (perhaps more than once) so that your bag will retain its
shape after washing.

And if you want your lunch bag to be wipeable/water-resistant, consider using a laminated fabric for your bag (such as
oilcloth). And if you want the interior of your bag to be water-resistant, consider lining your bag with a food-safe vinyl.

And if you plan to carry food items in your bag that need to be keep at a certain temperature, consider making one of
the insulated lunch bags. These bags may be a little more complex to sew, but it may be worth it to have a bag that will
keep your food cold (or hot).

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*Patterns marked with an asterisk (*) indicate a PDF file.
Simple Lunch Bag
The Long Thread
Oilcloth Lunch Bag
Martha Stewart
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Sewing Quick Tips:

Tip #1: Did you know that fabrics like flannel, sweatshirt fleece, and satin have a subtle nap to
them? (A pile that runs in one direction.) Therefore, always use the “with nap” layout in your
pattern directions for these fabrics.

Tip #2: Since there are usually many layout options printed on a guide sheet, it can be easy to
get confused when laying out your pattern pieces. Therefore, simply circle the particular layout
you're following to help avoid potential mistakes.
Reusable Sandwich
& Snack Bag
Sewlicious Home Decor
New! - 9/21/13
Oilcloth Lined
Lunch Tote
Prudent Baby
New! - 12/27/13
Grab-n-Go Snack
Just Another Day in...
New! - 12/27/13
Fashion Diva's
Lunch Bag
Haberman Fabrics
New! - 12/27/13
Snap Lunch Bag
Crafty Staci
New! - 12/27/13
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