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With just 15 minutes you can make this sewn project that's good for the environment and your wallet! Stop spending money on plastic sandwich bags and instead pack lunches in the 15 minute fabric lunch wrap. Throw it in a reusable lunch tote too!
Don't throw out your old jeans! They might not fit anymore, but that doesn't mean you can't create something new from them. If you're like me, you've got at least a few pairs that have seen better days. Now it's time to deconstruct with these 27 Ideas for What to Make with Old Jeans. All of these sewing projects are useful and durable so set aside a little time and bring your denim back to life. The great thing about refashioning with denim? Anything is possible.
From a pair of old jeans you can make something new that your kids can use everyday! Talk about a refashion. The Apple Printed Lunch Sack From Old Jeans is a great project and can become the perfect lunch tote for your kids.
Personalize Circle Bags for your little ones to take to school with them this year. Once you learn how to make a circle bag, you can make an insulated lunch tote or a messenger bag. Leave an embroidered note inside so they'll remember how much you love them!
Make a cutlery place mat, a one stop shop for lunches! It's a place mat, a cutlery holder, and a napkin holder all in one. Use this free, printable sewing pattern to make one for yourself.
I adore all things crafty. I enjoy figuring things out for myself and I feel pride in making my own things. I also love to repurpose and recycle items into something beautiful! You can find me crafting and creating at my site Fireflies and Jellybeans!
It's time to go green and create an Eco-friendly sewing project you can use everyday. Instead of using plastic bags for your daily lunch, watch this video tutorial and learn how to make a lunch tote.
This fabulous Insulated Bag Tutorial is a great way to sew your own lunch bag. A reusable lunch tote is an easy, inexpensive way to ensure that your children go to school or to play in style.