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A smidge off topic: Jars to go bag

Posted by got_bullmastiff (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 16, 12 at 12:24

If any of you are like me and like to bring lunch in mason jars, I thought you might be interested in this. I stumbled across this nifty pattern for a "Jars to go bag". If you sew and have a bunch of fabric laying around (I won't mention my fabric stash.. it's.. intimidating) this bag would be fun to make, I think.

FYI: I'm not affiliated with this crafter at all. I found it on the Food in Jars website. The crafter sells the pattern and the finished bags. I bought the pattern, but if you are clever you could probably figure out how to make the bag without one.

Here is a link that might be useful: Jars to Go Bag Pattern

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RE: A smidge off topic: Jars to go bag

Thank you. This would be a nice gift. I know how to sew and have plenty of fabrics here.

RE: A smidge off topic: Jars to go bag

Those are cute - I will figure out the pattern (I'd like it for jelly jars for gifts, if I ever really get jamming this year). But can you tell us roughly how much fabric is needed for the outside of the bag? I've got lots of remnants. Thanks

RE: A smidge off topic: Jars to go bag

The link says how much.

RE: A smidge off topic: Jars to go bag

Oh, thanks - I didn't click on the pattern, just the link gotbullmastiff gave.

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