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Pink Penguin: Tutorial: Lunch Bag

Pink Penguin: Tutorial: Lunch Bag
Thank you for encouraging me to write up a tute on this lunch (bento box) bag! I really like this bag pattern because this bag, measuring approximately 9"(width) x 7 1/2"(hight w/o handles) x 5 1/2" (depth), can be used not only for bento boxes of any kind but also for carrying little crafty projects like yarn + needles. It has a cover inside that can give nice privacy for whatever in there and the cover can also prevent it from getting dusty in a windy day. It is much sturdier and larger than the fabric basket, so if you found that your fabric basket was too small or too floppy as a gift bag, this might be a good alternative..?! As usual, I have tons of images to share each step with you, so bare with me! There you go!! We'll need these pieces of fabric, As usual, all the measurement includes 1/4" seam allowances unless otherwise noted. Then press seam open. I am fusing it onto the wrong side of the outer bag piece. Boxing corners. Then cut off the corner. Now let's move onto the handles.

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