Carry lunch (or daily needs) in style in these compact yet roomy bags!
Each features a zip-around, gusseted closure and sturdy base.
Outer slip pockets and interior mesh pockets hold an ice pack, napkins, utensils, and more.
ByAnnie’s Soft and Stable gives great stability, provides insulation for contents, and ensures that the bag will look great after repeated use/laundering.
The bags are also perfect for storing an iron at home or carrying it to class. The small bag will hold a mini iron such as the Oliso Mini and the large will fit many standard home irons. Be sure to measure your iron before sewing.
NOTE: This dimensional bag has multiple layers and requires binding curved edges.
It is recommended for intermediate/advanced sewists using a sewing machine that can handle bulk.
SMALL: 6¼””H x 8½””W x 3″”D at top, 6¼””H x 9¾””W x 5¾””D at bottom
LARGE: 8½””H x 8″”W x 4¾””D at top, 8½””H x 10″”W x 7¾””D at bottom
NOTE TO CUSTOMERS:
Out to Lunch 2.0 is an update of our popular Out to Lunch pattern which was originally released in 2016.
In addition to improving the illustrations, we added a second size, updated the instructions to make assembly easier, improved the process of attaching the side panels to each side, and
added hardware to the handles which gives the option of attaching a carrying strap.
You will LOVE this new version!
We also filmed an Add-on Video to help you with the more unique or challenging aspects of the pattern.
Note that if you are working with the ORIGINAL Out to Lunch pattern, these videos will be helpful for that, too.
However, since we’ve added a second size to this pattern and made significant changes to piece names, techniques, illustrations, and more, we’d suggest that you upgrade to the latest version.
The Out to Lunch 2.0 pattern includes a coupon to get the Add-On Video at no charge and we know you will appreciate the new and improved version of the pattern.
Add-on Video notice: There is an Add-on Video™¿ available for this pattern. The Add-on Video™¿ is specially designed to support specific parts of the pattern and help the customer learn our best techniques. It doesn’t replace the pattern — it will enhance their sewing experience.