Lunch Bunch, Indygo Junction by Amy Barickman

Reusable lunch bags are stylish and quick to make. They also help to keep your lunch fresh. Style for almost every size sandwich or snack.  Included in the pattern is a lunch sack, a large sandwich bag with or without a 1" pleat, snack bag, a circular snack bag cinched up with ribbon or cord that can also be used as a placemat when opened flat (approx. size 14" dia.), and a reversible napkin.

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Included are options for serging and conventional seaming. All pieces are lined with PUL, a waterproof fabric that makes the bags food-safe and machine washable.

Materials needed:
Lunch bag with handle (10 1/2" h x 8" w x 5" d finished size, excluding handle):
1/2 yard of 45"-wide main fabric
6" x 9" piece of coordinating fabric for front flap lining
1" x 14" piece of cotton batting
1/2 yard of PUL (laminate)
3/4 yard of heavyweight interfacing
2" piece of hook and loop tape

Plain or pleated sandwich bag (pleated size: 6 1/2" h x 6 3/4" w with 1" pleat on each side):
1/4 yard of 45"-wide fabric or one fat quarter
4" x 8" piece of coordinating fabric for flap lining
1/4 yard of PUL (laminate)
2" piece of hook and loop tape

Snack bag (3 3/4" h x 7 1/2" w):
1/4 yard of 45"-wide fabric or one fat quarter
4" x 8" coordinating fabric for flap lining
1/4 yard of PUL (laminate)
2" piece of hook and loop tape

Circular snack bag (14" dia.):
1/2 yard 45"-wide fabric or one fat quarter
1/2 yard of PUL (laminate)
3 yards of 1/4"-wide ribbon
Tracing paper

Reversible napkin (12" square):
1/2 yard of 45"-wide main fabric or one fat quarter
1/2 yard of 45"-wide coordinating fabric or one fat quarter

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