With Charlotte in Kindergarten this year, and half of my own week days spent at our new business location, my family's need for a fantastic lunch bag pattern has increased in urgency. So I have hunkered right down and put together a new mini pattern -- meeting my need, and hopefully yours as well.
Introducing Jack & Jill, a fresh take on the classic lunch bag. I've got the girls covered, and the boys too. I worked the design into my mini pattern format to keep the price low, jamming some serious value into one little package. Whether you have one lunch bag to supply or several, Jack & Jill bags go together quickly, so you're in good shape.
This is also my first pattern highlighting my yummy Nicey Jane laminated cottons. The laminates are light and supple and easy to work with. For specifics on the care and make-up of these fabrics, click here; I understand the laminate is about as food-safe as plastic can be. Of course, you can make lunch bags from non-laminated cottons as well, or decorator fabric, light corduroy, denim, and so forth, like the green floral bag shown at right.
Fun-fun! Great for holiday presents too -- a nice bag for a nice girl or boy -- filled with a naughty amount of candy.