Small Sewn Gifts: Insulated Lunch Tote | Melanie Smith | Skillshare

Small Sewn Gifts: Insulated Lunch Tote

Melanie Smith, Sewing Pattern & Surface pattern designer

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9 Videos (49m)
    • Introduction

      0:56
    • Materials & Tools

      2:37
    • Cutting & Pressing

      9:23
    • Make the Outside

      10:57
    • Make the Inside

      3:50
    • Assemble the Bag

      14:57
    • Turn & Close

      4:15
    • Closing Thoughts

      1:00
    • Blooper Reel (just for fun)

      1:26

About This Class

Do you frequently take your lunch to school or work, or would you like to? Maybe you have a hard time finding a lunch bag that isn't a licensed character or a boring color. Do you wish you could have a lunch bag that really represents who YOU are? Maybe you want to make a unique gift for a teacher or student. 

In this class you will learn how to make your own insulated lunch tote out of materials you can find in most quilt shops and fabric stores. The best part is, you can make this bag out of a few fat quarters and/or fabric scraps!

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Melanie Smith

Sewing Pattern & Surface pattern designer

I am a sewing pattern and surface pattern designer. I've had four sewing patterns published in two issues of Stitch Magazine (Summer 2014 and the Unofficial Downton Abbey Sews Edition). Though my degrees are in Engineering, I've been sewing since I was 8 and knitting since I was 24. I regularly teach private sewing classes and summer sewing camps in the Austin, TX area, where I reside with my husband and 2 kids.

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