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Lunch Bag With AppleLunch Bag On Red TableWhen I was in grade school, my mother would lovingly pack away a homemade lunch for me usually filled with food she made from scratch.  pesto pizza with homemade pizza dough and the pesto made from the basil growing in the yard.  Homemade fruit rollups made in the dehydrator.   And usually lots of fruit and veggies.  At that time, I didn't exactly have the type of lunch anyone wanted to trade anything for.  My mother's lunches were way ahead of their time when everyone else was eating wonderbread sandwiches and a bag of chips.  While the food was good, I certainly didn't appreciate it as much as I should.  And it certainly would be nice for someone to pack one of those lunches for me today.

In honor of those lunches, and to make up for the fact I was a spoiled brat, this week I present the homemade lunch bag.  Even if you don't have mom's gourmet lunch inside of it, at least it can look it from the outside.  I really enjoyed making these lunch bags because they still have the classic shape of a brown paper bag, but obviously with your choice of fabric, you can make them as unique.  In a work fridge filled with lunches from home, this one is going to stand out and say it's yours.  And it's earth friendly, so no more wasting paper bags.  It goes great with the snack bag.

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2 thoughts on “Lunch Bag

  1. ProfessorPincushion

    I always use fusible interfacing for ease of use, but it’s not required. You can use sew-in interfacing if that’s what you have.

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