DIY Quilted Reversible Lunch Cooler bag!

DIY Quilted Reversible Lunch Cooler bag! Today I am making a lunch bag to fit my EasyLunchboxes: but you can make yours …

In this quick and easy tutorial you will learn how to create your very own Rug quilted Bag If you have any questions please feel free to ask and leave a comment below! Thanks & Enjoy…WEBSITE:…

50 Comments/Reviews

  • thefrugalcrafter Lindsay Weirich says:
  • prettyblimp says:

    Hello Lindsay, in quilting, the general rule is to cut off the selvedges
    before using the fabric. The selvedges are woven more tightly and once
    washed can shrink, and then be tighter again in weave, and may distort the
    finished product.

  • Olyvia Gorgees says:

    I LOVE it when you are just so cheerful and happy in every single one of
    your videos. Your tutorials are awesome and I’m glad I found your channel
    and I’m glad I subscribed!

  • Libertyyyyyyy says:

    That looks great, nice job Lindsay :)

  • janet ford says:

    Brilliant, cant wait to sort the scraps and have a go at this, thanks.

  • Kathy Keys says:

    Love it. Tfs, hugs, Kathy

  • Niall White says:

    Hi Lindsey,

    I have recently bought some quite detailed stamps and want to stamp them
    down on watercolour paper, however when I use Ranger Archival Ink and stamp
    on the paper, I get some areas where it has stamped fine, but I get some
    areas where it hasn’t stamped, where it seems to have picked up the surface
    of the paper. I am pressing down as hard as I can and am not moving the
    stamp when doing so. I also tried breathing on the stamp before stamping,
    but this makes no difference. Do you know what the problem is?

    Also, when I clean my stamp with the stamp scrubber and cleaner, I am still
    getting stains, and it is considerably darker, seeing as I have only just
    bought it. I tried removing these stains, but can’t.

    Thanks for all your help. 

  • Louise Bailey says:

    Hi Lindsay just wondering do you know how to do stained glass i just think
    it is pretty and is it easy and can i do it with my kids and love the bag
    it looks awesome …ty

  • Anna Kluytmans says:

    Hi Lindsay, I love your tote bag, great colours, If you had a top on it, it
    would keep your food warmer or cooler for longer and I would use a zipper
    for a closure, a little like the one you have in the begging of the video.
    Cheers Anna

  • doreen badger says:

    Lindsay you did a wonderful job making this tote. I can’t believe you are
    new at sewing. I would love to be entered into your giveaway. Thanks

  • Yvonne Irish says:

    Very pretty bag! I love the fabrics. I am loving my EasyLunch Boxes!
    They’re awesome. I keep jewelry making supplies in mine :)

  • Sassi Katt says:

    I LOVE THIS!!!!!

  • susan sharp says:

    Great project and super useful. Hope you are having a wonderful week. Hugs,

  • 2u2a says:

    hahaha I love how you make purpose of such “imperfection” like hole in
    corner! thats what happy art is about- no it’s not a mistake, I did that on
    purpose! ;D

  • IamUniquelyImperfect says:

    Hi my love LIndsay, another super cute idea!! I wish I could sew….maybe
    one day! lol I swear one of these days I’m gonna win one of your
    giveaways! From my mouth to God’s ear!!! lol Thanks for sharing. Love
    ya’ Patricia B

  • 1Happy Crafter says:

    Love your Cooler Bag and the colours are fab together xx Wendy

  • Eeyore_Chick says:

    Hi Lindsay
    I’m also new to quilting. I have found some really helpful videos on the
    Missouri Star Quilting Co YouTube page

  • Terrie Rodrigue says:

    Great looking bag…love the colors that you used to make it….tfs

  • Hunnie B says:

    Hey Lindsay……what a beautiful lunch cooler bag, you are so creative !

  • mesi238 says:

    Awesome, you always give so many tips and good ideas.
    Thk U !!!

  • Sheryl F says:

    stink holes…hahaha. love it. thanks for the tutorial

  • mvass294evr says:

    I want one! Love the project, hate to sew! Will you make me one in those
    colors? LOL As always, beautiful work. You can rival Vera Bradley for

  • The Path Creative says:

    Cute. You can use that tote for anything–knitting supplies, overnight bag,
    library books, etc.

  • Yvonne Irish says:
  • Saffy Roberio says:

    That’s awesome I am gonna try that

  • Mary Donley says:

    I absolutely LOVE LOVE this bag and video… i want to see all your
    videos… i’ve made rag purses but nothing like this style… going to have
    to try it… your instructions were great! thanks so much for posting!! :)

  • Angelika Sheffield says:

    I Love the creative idea .

  • Monica Petty says:

    This is so creative. I can’t wait to make one.

  • Yvonne Dunmore says:

    Great. I really want to try this.

  • Liliana Alvarez says:

    Felicidades, son hermosos los bolsos !!!! te felicito !! ……Is beatiful
    !!! :)

  • deb land says:


  • Lisa Mallette says:

    Thank you so much for this! I watched it, got excited, raided my charm
    square stash and – five hours later, I have a beautiful bag! I had to
    piece together the handles from charm squares as I wanted the fabric to
    match, but it makes the look even more “raggedy” and is perfect. I LOVE

  • Betty Scuzzese says:

    Very nice, very unique – my granddaughters would love this ‘shabby chic’
    bag. I’d like to try and make it! Do you have a vid on doing the lining?

  • Farreeda Bagam says:

    Beauitful bag. Wish I could get it.

  • Jo Cline says:

    Beautiful purse and awesome job making the tutorial! You are an amazing
    teacher! Thanks so much!

  • Marie C says:

    Oh my goodness. I just watched your video and it is very well explained. As
    I was looking for the place to add my comments, I noticed that the video
    was published on February 7, 2014 and this date happens to be my birthday.
    Quite a coincidence that I should find such a beautiful tutorial published
    on that day. Thank you for taking the time to share your knowledge with us.

  • Sandra Easley says:

    I have made square rag bags but would love to learn to make this one. It
    is so cute & your video is great. I added my name to receive written
    instructions. Can’t wait to try this.

  • Mary Essex says:

    love the bag i wll have to try it thank you

  • Laura Clancy says:

    Such a great tutorial. Thank you. I can’t wait to make my first rag bag!

  • Marla Leigh says:

    These are AWESOME!!!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!

  • Melinda Fogle says:

    Would love to see more of your videos.I love the Bag.Beautiful.

  • storm wood says:

    would love that bag, love your classes on making items

  • Teresa Nance says:

    I love this video! Love the bag, too. Thank you for helping me finally find
    out how to make these!

  • Patricia A Saladin says:


  • Tracy Miller says:

    love love love gunna try with jeans,,,,, 

  • Lora Duvall says:

    Great tutorial for this beginner! Loved it!

  • Timo Murillo says:

    What type of fabric do you use?

  • Judy gal says:

    Thank you for sharing. I enjoy.

  • Debbie Musick says:

    I love your videos they are so easy to learn by. Thankyou so much. Happy

  • Deborah Jones says:

    Thank you for an easy to understand video. Can’t wait to try making one. 

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