Make Your Own Lunch Bag

I have yet to find a good store-bought lunch box that will take my kids through an entire school year. Maybe one of these would do the trick?

Lunch Bag Sewing Patterns and Tutorials

This bag is from Ellen Lucket Baker’s (of The Long Thread) book 1, 2, 3 Sew, and I absolutely love it in the Cute Bot fabric! She offers the pattern for free at Sew Mama Sew.

A Crafty Fox shows how to make this adorable linen lunch sack featuring a pieced sawtooth star. Hers is perfect featuring the little cowgirl, and with the right choice of prints this little sack would bring a smile to any child.

Bento boxes are a fun way to get creative with kids’ lunches, and Lark Crafts offers a free pattern for this bento box carrier.

A Lemon Squeezy Home shows how to whip-up this lunch sack

Lunch bag from Pink Penguin

From The Purl Bee

Insulated lunch bag from Sew 4 Home

Zippered lunch bag from Blissful By Quenna

This simple lunch tote is from The Long Thread

Put those plastic bags to good use with these recycled lunch bags from Made by Lex

Printed Brown Paper Lunch Bags

Making printed lunch bags is as simple as running your brown bag through your home printer! See the sites below for more details on these fun lunch bags.

From Cottage Hill

From Laza Flair



From Christina Yates Photography

Plus there are many more lunch bags and lunch accessories in the Lunch Bags! book
from Stash Books.


Be sure to check out our other Back to School projects!



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