Saturday, September 20, 2014

Grab Some Grub Lunch Bag

On Thursday I posted about the Out to Lunch Bag that I tested for Annie of byAnnie.com Today is another lunch bag I tested called Grab Some Grub Lunch Bag. This one looks more like a lunch bag and also holds a lot inside. I didn't have the plastic release buckle so I used a swivel hook and D-ring to close the bag. Annie liked that idea so she added that closure option to the instructions of this bag as well. This bag was a little easier to make than the Out to Lunch Bag in case you are new to bag making. But Annie's instructions are great and she takes you through it step-by-step, so even the harder to make things aren't that hard when you sew them one step-at-a-time.
Because I added a swivel hook and D-ring closure to my bag instead of the plastic release buckle in the instructions, I didn't quite get the placement correct. Annie has worked it out on her instructions though . I need to adjust it so that the flap is lower on the bag, I just haven't got around to doing it yet. The flap can be made of fabric like mine or you can use a chalkboard fabric and write a message on the flap. Cute idea for packing your child a lunch with a sweet message written on the flap.
This is the back of the bag and there is a plastic pocket to place a name card and slip it inside.
Stitching on the sides of the bag allow it to fold flat when not in use.
Roomy inside and a mesh pocket to hold an ice pack.
Mesh pocket inside.
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7 comments:

  1. Sooooo Stinking cute!! I love the contrast of fabrics....the size and shape...everything!!! LOL!

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  2. Beautiful lunch bag, Daryl. Lovely fabrics You used!!!
    A plastic pocket to place a name card is a great idea.

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  3. Another beautiful job on your part dear. You are such a wonderfully clever sewer and your finished projects are very well presented. Creative Bag Bliss...

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  4. This lunch bag is so cute, too. Love both of them that you made.

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  5. Really cute. I love the shape of this one and the fabrics you used.

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  6. Very nice lunch bag!! I like the shape, in this way the containers are held straight, with less risk of spills. Your fabrics are lovely

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