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Lunch Bag Insulated Eco Friendly  - Rich Red and Teal Medallions

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The insulated lunch bag is perfect for keeping your food cold. It is a great alternative to using paper bags for packing lunches and it can be used again and again. Made from my original pattern, the handle is sturdy yet comfortable. Inside you will find one interior pocket to hold smaller items and a hook and loop closure on the top to keep it all inside.

Beautifully rich red, teal, and white medallions on a black cotton background fabric for the exterior. The interior is made from a black cotton fabric. There is also a layer of insulation sandwiched between the two layers of cotton.

12 inches tall (including handle)
9 1/2 inches across
2 1/2 inch gusset on the bottom

Sized generously but not too big. It can easily fit a water container, small ice pack, fruit, sandwich, chips/crackers, yogurt, etc. It can also hold a small/medium sized "leftover" container.

Take it with you to school, work, preschool, on picnics, or when traveling in the car or plane. Fully washable in cold water and tumble dry low or line dry.

Handmade in my smoke free and fish friendly home.

Machine washable in cold water and tumble dry low or hang dry.

Photography by Amy Harrison at

Design placement may vary - this is a stock photo.

Lunch Bag Insulated Eco Friendly - Rich Red and Teal Medallions


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton, thread, insul bright, velcro
  • Ships worldwide from Utah, United States
  • Feedback: 1075 reviews
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