DIY Thermal Insulated Lunch Bag For Back To School
- DIY Craft
- 13 August 2016
Some fantabulous bloggers have gone together to do a Fantabulous Back-t0-School Linky Party!
The hosts of this blog hop have their posts linked up to the beginning of the linky at the bottom of this post. You can link up your own Back-to-School posts below, and we will pin many of them to our Pintabulous Moms Back-to-School Pinterest Board.
You can make a new fabulous thermal insulated lunch bag from used coffee bag's tin tie. All you need to have are creativity and sewing skill. Here I show you how to make it in step by step pictures.
You will need this:
Two tin ties from coffee bags
Thermal insulation sheets (2 pcs), interfacing (2 pcs), and fabrics (2 pcs)
Cut interfacing according to this size.
Cut fabric and thermal insulation according to this size and add 1 cm each side for seam allowance.
Attach the fabric and interface using fabric glue.
Attach the tin ties using fabric glue.
Let's make the handle
Cut dacron sheet and fabric according to this size
Sew the handle
Attach the handle to the fabrics
Sew two fabric as shown above, then follow the directions of three pictures below
Hand sewing the thermal insulating sheets as pictures below:
Last step, sew the edge of the bag as shown by picture above
You can go to the following blogs to see more Back-to-School posts:
- DIY Pencil Pouch using old Jeans from Creative K Kids
- Back To School Printable; All About Me from Creative Simplicity by Trish Sutton
- DIY Thermal Insulated Lunch Bag For Back To School from Living Ideas
- Back To School: Toddler Edition from One Hoolie Mama
- Back to School All About Me Craft and Printable from Inspiring NH Kids
You can follow us on Pintabulous Back-to-School Pinterest Board HERE and link up your own Back-to-School posts below on the linky! We will leave this linky open until September 5! We’ll try to pin your posts to our board!
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