- 2 gallon size freezer-safe (because the plastic is thicker) plastic bags
- 2 coordinating cotton fabrics (washed, pre-shrunk, and pressed), dimensions below
Place one of the fabric pieces on top of its corresponding piece of plastic (with the right side out) and secure it with a few pins. Stitch around the outside edge of the fabric with 0.25 inch seams. Repeat this process with each of the three pieces, then trim the excess plastic.
We’re almost there… Fold the rectangle so that there is a 2.5 inch space from the back flap to the top of the front flap. The front flap will be folded down 2 inches, like in the picture below. Sew the sides along the existing seams on the right and left sides and you’re all done. The sandwich and snack bags close just like the old sandwich bags, pre zip-lock. Just turn the front flap inside out around the back flap. To wash these, turn the whole thing inside out and rinse.Now that your creative juices are flowing, check out some of my other tutorials!