I made the baggies from some leftover fabric scraps. They both have Velcro closures; one is sandwich-sized, and the other is just a little pouch for snacks. I've made many, many lunch sacks since this one (most of them following Martha Stewart's instructions in this book) but I'm still pretty happy with this fully-lined set of my own design. I lucked out with the striped, heavyweight fabric for the sack, and I just love the clouds on the cotton. Every project needs a dash of fun (and Sean works at Disney World, for crying out loud! Any workplace that has "costumes" instead of "uniforms" calls for something more exciting than your average, run-of-the-mill lunch set.)
If I were making this bag now, I would have done some things differently (like lining up the stripes on the sack, adding a closure to the sack, hiding the seams better on the pouches, etc.) but I love that these look handmade. I also love looking back on old projects and seeing that I've improved!
Thanks for stopping by to see what I'm up to. I hope you all had wonderful weekends, and I wish you a happy Tuesday!