Kitchen on the Go

Kitchen on the Go
Kitchen on the Go

Follow along with this free, easy sewing pattern and learn how to make a kitchen on the go, which includes a reusable sandwich bag and snack bag for environmentally friendly lunching.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


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Before you use any kind of plastic or waterproof fabric you need to make sure that it is food safe. Also for the Baby Bib Idea, you need to make sure that none of the Fabric that you are using is treated with chemicals. The fumes are very harmful for the Baby's.

I like the Idea of the Cereal Liner. Before using any kind of plastic or waterproof material, please make sure that it is food safe and not chemically treated. That also goes for making Baby Bibs. The fumes from the Chemical treated liners are very harmful for Baby's.

The cereal bags that are inside the box make wonderful liners for this kind of project. They are almost indestructible, easy to work with and food safe! Try it!

I bought a flannel lined tablecloth from Goodwill for $2.99 today to use for liner on bibs. It was in good shape, I think I'll also try to make a sandwich bag too. Remember to think of other sources for supplies.

Try using kite material, ripstop nylon on the wipes right off with a wet cloth, even the old fashioned plastic table cloth fabric on a roll is good...great pattern!

but that is spendey though

It might be "spendey" initially but the money you save on plastic bags, etc will more than justify the cost.

thank you for the ideas and for giving glory to God for your inspiration.


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