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There's nothing wrong with the ordinary Jars to Go bags - they are sturdy and will serve their purpose well. But with so many gorgeous designer fabrics available, I couldn't resist offering a premium bag option! This one is made of Amy Butler's Peacock Feathers in Blush, from the Soul Blossoms collection. It is lined with a good pink fabric, but not a designer fabric, so you get a price break on this one.

The Jars to Go bag is designed to hold two canning jars in sleeves, to help keep them upright. It is underlined with fleece to cushion the glass. It will hold wide-mouth or standard jars, pint-size. And if you want to bring a sandwich or something other than a jar, the sleeves fold out of the way, as shown in the fourth photo. (You can even squeeze in a sandwich beside the two jars, if you like!) And of course, it will hold commercially canned soups or entrees and bottled drinks instead.

The bag measures 9" tall, and 12" wide when laid flat. It includes a small cloth napkin useful for wrapping your silverware, 12.5" square, of the solid pink.

Would you like to see this bag in other fabrics? http://www.etsy.com/shop/atinyforest?section_id=11772015

Would you rather make your own? Here's the pattern: https://www.etsy.com/listing/103451654/jars-to-go-bag-pattern-mason-jar-lunch?ref=pr_shop

Would you like ideas for foods to carry in canning jars? http://atinyforest.com/blog/?p=33

The food, jars and silverware shown in the photos are not included in the listing - only the bag and napkin are for sale. (Yes, I know you're not a moron, I just have to say these things.)

Frequently asked questions about atinyforest

I know my zero-waste customers want to know! The #1 function of packaging is to get your item to you in good condition. Currently I am using kraft bubble mailers with some recycled content. (Researching a better option for when I use up my current stock - if you have wisdom on this, please contact me!) I also use tape on what I perceive as weak spots. I use heat-printed labels - I know they're evil, but they save ink (packaging) and trips to the post office (gas). I limit the "extra papers" to one business card and one tiny thank-you. I will leave those out if you ask.

Jars to Go Bag - designer fabric mason jar lunch bag


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: fabric, fleece, thread
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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