DIY Reusable Sandwich Wraps
Make More Eco-Friendly Choices
Choosing reusable sandwich bags and wraps is a simple way to reduce plastic waste and make better choices for the environment.
Rather than buying them, you can make your own
reusable sandwich wraps with velcro closures for your eco-friendly lunch.
– 14" x 14” piece cotton fabric
– 12" x 12" piece food-safe waterproof fabric
– All-purpose thread
– Wonder sewing clips
– 1 package sew-on hook and loop Velcro strips
– Sewing machine
How to Sew Reusable Sandwich Wraps
Layer Waterproof Fabric On Cotton Fabric
Place right side of fabric onto shiny side of waterproof fabric. You should have a border of cotton fabric on all 4 sides of waterproof fabric.
Fold and Pin the Fabrics Together
Fold cotton fabric until touching the edge of cotton fabric, leaving the corner unfolded. Fold again until it overlaps waterproof fabric & pin in place.
Fold Fabric on the Diagonal
Take the corner of the cotton fabric and fold it down at the diagonal.
Fold the Corners Again
Fold over sides of the fabric at the corner just like you did in the last step.
Sew the Seam
Sew a 1/2" seam allowance around all four sides.
Measure and Cut the Velcro Strips
Measure and cut four 2” pieces of the hook (2 pieces) and loop (2 pieces) Velcro.
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