Inside you’ll find over 30 cute lunch bags you can sew. All are reusable and eco-friendly. These DIY bags are easy to make. Learn to make your own with these patterns and tutorials.
Super Cute Lunch Bags You Can Sew— yes you can!
It’s not as hard as you think for a DIY lunch bag. There are some that are made with oilcloth or regular cotton fabric. Nothing too fancy is really needed. Just a sewing machine, imagination, and your sewing stash. What’s in your bag?
Include your children in this DIY project. The best part of doing this is that they will get a choice in the style and look of their bags.
Gathering up a few tutorials of these super cute lunch bags- there should be no whining from their lips because there are so many different ones!
Supplies you may need:
oil cloth fabric– easy to wipe and keep clean
insulbright batting– keeps the heat off of fingers
stackable lunch containers – to keep your food in
sew on velcro strips – great for closures
33 Cute Lunch Bags You Can Sew~
Are You Loving the Lunch Bags You Can Sew?
If you are loving the DIY lunch bags or making cute lunch bags you can sew yourself- you might want to see what other projects you can make oilcloth.
Oilcloth is the fabric that has a coating on it that allows it to be wiped clean. It’s great for projects that involve something a little messy.
Clean up is simple and it’s not that hard to sew. You will need to adjust your stitch length- larger stitch is better. But that’s it!
Here are 20+ Oil Cloth Projects:
My all time favorite containers for lunch bags— this comes with a little freezer that fits in between the containers too…perfect!
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Do you have a favorite style of Lunch Bag?
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Ahhh! These are all so cute!!
thank you! there is a big variety which makes it nice when trying to pick one.
Sue Reid says
WOW – these are fabulous, such creativity. Well done
These are so cute, wish I could sew and had time to make them some. I am sending my 3 oldest to school also after 2 years of homeschooling, I just can’t do it financially anymore 🙁
Your pin button doesn’t work for some reason. I can’t pin straight from the image. But i’ll pin it the old fashioned way. Just wanted to let you know.
Great list! And all so cute…will have to add this to my sewing pins!
Love all the tutorials you provide. I’m a novice sewer, have been for many years. But I do enjoy sewing and reading about projects. I hope that one day I will complete more projects instead of reading about them. I have found a few that I hope to make for an upcoming new baby boy.
Austin J says
Waoo.What a great collection of kids lunch bags. Nice creativity.
Janet Maynard says
Love your bags. Would love to have access to your patterns