Added Sep 9, 2009
Is this a fashion accessory? No. This is an accessory for your chic, eco-friendly lunch bag. Why can’t last nights meatloaf be eaten with style?!
With all of the earth friendly options that we have for brown-bagging our lunches, why not accessorize your lunch experience?
Small, rectangular pieces of fabric are sewn together, featuring narrow pockets to hold utensils. I have included 3 pockets to house your chosen forks, spoons or even chopsticks. An additional larger pocket has been added so that you may neatly tuck in your serviette or (even better), cloth napkin (made from your fabric remnant stash). This rolls up to a compact little bundle and tucks neatly into your lunch bag.
Make several in various colour combinations. These would also be great to carry along to a picnic.
Play with the dimensions and add aditional pockets to create a roll to carry your make up brushes, art supplies or knitting needles.
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