How to Make Your Own Insulated Lunch Bag and a Giveaway

Ah, the humble lunch bag…

and when you pair that with some of Dana Willard’s fabric from her Boardwalk collection,

I think you have a winner!



To learn how to make the insulated lunch bag, click here.

To learn how to make this equally adorable reusable snack bag, click here.



And to thank you for over 8 million views to the Renegade Seamstress, I’d like to give the lunch bag and the snack bag away to one of you. All you have to do is pin this article to one of your Pinterest boards and leave a comment. The winner will be announced next Saturday.

Thanks so much for subscribing to The Renegade Seamstress and being so much fun!

Happy Sewing!


About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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32 Responses to How to Make Your Own Insulated Lunch Bag and a Giveaway

  1. Dawn Jones says:

    I pinned the article on Pinterest ( Thank you for the the tutorial, and the chance to win. Have a great day!

  2. susan says:

    all pinned. I adore this bag….. by the way…. I am truly enjoying your posts.

  3. Pinned and posted! Beth, I too enjoy your posts. I get a bit giddy when I see The Renegade Seamstress in my Inbox! Thanks for your labor of love in sharing your love of sewing so the rest of us can enjoy and learn from it as well!

  4. MKat says:

    Pinned it and it’s something I can actually make! Thanks for another great project!

  5. Kathy E. says:

    I always pack my lunch for work and would enjoy making a new bag to carry it in. Anything to spice up the day, right? I’ve pinned the article here:

  6. Genie Gaudette says:

    I love all your sewing projects . Pinned this one!

  7. carol says:

    Pinned you cute lunch bag & I would love to win one. I really enjoyed your recent makeover sewing competition – got lots of ideas!

  8. Ann says:

    Love your site! This bag and snack bags intrigue me! I take a sack lunch when I work as a sub 🙂

  9. I pinned! This is perfect timing for this article because I’ve been wanting to make a lunch bag for a little while now. Thanks for the giveaway!

  10. Marci says:

    So excited to make this!

  11. Nancy K. says:

    These lunch and sack bags are so cute! And the tutorial is very clear. You make it look easy, even for beginners like me. I love your fabric choices.

  12. Marie Purnell says:

    I pinned this…it is so cute and I love the snack size bag!! I love that it is a good sized bag. Thank you for the giveaway 🙂

  13. Martha Miller says:

    Pinned this tutorial! adorable lunch and snack bag! enjoy the ideas and tutorials that you post! and especially LOVE Refashion Runway!

  14. Sew Re-purposed says:

    Thanks for this tutorial Beth. I pinned it to my “Renegade Seamstress” board.

  15. highm8ntce says:

    I pinned both of these from ehow and can’t wait to start making then. I’d love to win though. Thank you for sharing all this knowledge with us.

  16. Kasey L says:

    Thanks for sharing Beth! This looks very fun and easy enough for even me to sew!

  17. Dani says:

    Pinned! So inspired to make it, it’s equal parts adorable and useful!

  18. Kathyy says:

    This is adorable and easy to follow. Thank you. I pinned it to my arts and crafts board .

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  22. Lynn Yacker says:

    I have enjoyed the Renegade seamstress on Pinterest and have been looking at my giveaway clothes in a different light…there are some fabrics I love and now am saving to use for other things.
    I recently got rid of a large cat food bag and thought “what a waste!” Next time am saving to make a shopping bag.
    I have been using wax infused cloth to cover and store food and now I am going to try my hand at these lunch bags.
    Thank you for the great ideas and pictures.

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