Gift Guide Pick
Brown Bag it in Style
Lunch Bags! features today’s hottest designers sharing their sewing savvy with 25 projects, from a simple sandwich wrap to a sophisticated shoulder bag. Why shouldn’t your lunch bag match your personal wardrobe and eco-conscious lifestyle?
- Projects include sandwich wraps, baggies, bicycle bags, and totes
- Quick and easy to make with basic sewing techniques; everyone in your family will want one!
- Customize the outside with your favorite fabrics and insulate the inside. You can waterproof it with laminated cotton, oilcloth, nylon, or vinyl.
- Projects are fun, functional, and reusable—make your sack lunches even greener!
- Bags can be washed in your dishwasher or washing machine
This is a fabulous gift idea for either the crafter on your list or the ‘green’ person (or perhaps that’s the same person!).
It’s also a wonderful book for a homeschool FACS (home ec) class, for projects and ideas. The simple sandwich wrap and snack bags that would ideal for a beginner sewing project.
I haven’t had a chance to make anything from the book yet, but there are some projects that are definitely on my list. I’m pretty sure a few of them will be under the tree next year as gifts!
Are you interested in making some lunch bags? One reader will win a copy of Lunch Bags! from C&T Publishing.
To enter the giveaway, just leave a comment and tell me why you’d like to win this book, or who you would make a lunch bag for. You can enter daily.
Remember to include your e-mail address when posting the comment (it’s not visible to other readers, just to me) or in the comment, so I can contact you if you win.
Open to US residents ages 18+, ends December 31, 2010 at 11:59 PM CST. E-mail must be submitted when entering, or in the comment body. Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. By entering this giveaway you are stating that you have read my **Privacy/Rules statements and agree to them.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I wrote this feature on behalf of C & T Publishing and was supplied with a sample and information through them, the review and opinions are my own.
dsq.src = ‘http://ssblog.disqus.com/embed.js’;
(document.getElementsByTagName(‘head’) || document.getElementsByTagName(‘body’)).appendChild(dsq);
Disqus. blog comments powered by Disqus