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« on: January 16, 2010 05:56:09 PM »

I have a preschooler who takes a small snack (and is obssed with cars) and a Kg who takes a lunch and snack, so I have been fiddling around with making a lunch bag for them. I am going to make another larger one using interfacing in more girly fabric for my oldest (just happen to have an excess of autism awareness fabric) and want to make the flap wider on the snack bag. but here is what I have so far:


both bags. The big bag I did to be soft, didn't interface at all. Then for the smaller bag I unsulated it and interfaced it, so it stands nice on its own.


how small the snack bag is. It fits a juice box or her reusable waterbottle, a snack box or bag, and a small piece of fruit.
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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2010 06:25:23 PM »

Those bags are great!   where did you find the autism awareness fabric.....I would love to get my hands on some..... I have ribbon, but have not seen the fabric before.
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« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2010 06:59:09 PM »

I ordered a bolt about 2 year ago, my nephew is autistic, so I made bags for all his teachers, then some to donate during the walk to raise money. I have used it in quilts and most everything I could think of, and I still have about 4 yards left! I have heard people finding it at Hobby Lobby to.
http://www.awarenessdepot.com/autismfabric.html

(if you are really interested I still have 4 yards, maybe we could work something out, PM me)

thanks for looking!
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I love them!!! Of course, I think I have already said that, you! I forget you are here too.... I feel like I am stalking your stuff now!
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« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2010 07:25:05 PM »

thanks! I will post the tute on MO (and here too) when I finish writing it. We're still unpacking. Ack.
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