- Reusable Snack Bag Pattern (Make as many as you like, but please don't sell from this pattern.)
- Outside Fabric (patterned material of your choice)
- Inside Fabric (I used a polyester shower curtain, I have also used PUL on bags that needed to be waterproof.)
1. Cut 2 pieces from each of your fabrics.
3. Take one layer of the outside and inside fabric folding down your top edge once, and then again sewing along the fold to make a finished hem. Do this with both of your pieces. I like to iron my fold and then I don't have to use pins. Okay - I never use pins. (Sorry Gwam.)
5. Now attach your Velcro right under the hem, at the top of each side, lining it up with the stitching. You can really place the Velcro wherever you want, but I like how the stitches line up this way. I usually single stitch and zig zag around the Velcro. This may be overkill, but my kids like to open and shut the bags incessantly, and I thought they would hold up better this way.
6. Now it's time to stitch up the sides and trim any excess from your seams (is that the right word here?)
7. And last, but not least, flip your bag right side out and topstitch around the edges. Again your probably don't have to topstitch if you don't want to, but I thought it would make it a little sturdier and look a little cleaner.
And VOILA one finished Snack Bag.
I hope this was easy enough to follow. If you have any questions please feel free to leave them in the comments and I will get back to you. These can either be wiped out by hand or thrown into the wash. And depending on what material you use for the inside you can decide whether or not you want to put it into the dryer.