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on: April 19, 2009 02:42:15 PM 
Started by angelofmusic, Message by angelofmusic
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I recently saw some reusable sandwich mats online for sale and thought 'I could sew that!' So I got out my tracing paper and bread and created a pattern. I cut the mat from PUL fabric so that I can either throw it in with the wash at the end of the week or just wipe it clean with a cloth. The entire mat took about 1 hour from cutting the fabric to sewing the button on the outside. I bought a bunch of other PUL so I can make a mat for each day of the week.

Here are some photos:
Here is the outside of the wrap.

This shows the inside of the wrap.

Here are top and bottom views of a wrapped sandwich made with normal bread.

It also fits a sub sandwich (shown in photo) and tortilla wraps (not shown).
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