Step 1: Materials
1. 14 juice pouches
2. exacto knife or sharp kitchen knife
3. sewing machine
6. 16 inches of gross grain ribbon (opional)
7. 2 inches of 1 inch Velcro tabs (opional)
Step 2: Collect and clean your juice pouches
2. Once you've got all your pouches, take the Exacto or kitchen knife and cut a large slit on the bottom of the pouch. (It doesn't have to look neat or straight, no one's going to see it ;) .
**Be careful not to cut yourself or cut through to the outside of the pouch.
3. Then clean the inside of the pouches with soap and water and let dry.
4. Once dry, flatten the pouches to get them ready for sewing.
Step 3: Sewing the pouches together
1. Slightly overlap two pouches side-by-side and stitch them together. Do this with two more pouches.
2. Now overlap the two sets of two's top-to-bottom and stitch them together. You should now have a panel of four pouches. This will be the front (or back) of your lunch bag.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 so that you have two panels of four pouches.
4. Now overlap two new pouches top-to-bottom and stitch. Do this step twice so you have two sets of two. These will be your side panels on the lunch bag.
5. Cut two pouches to fit the width of the front panel (set of four pouches) and stitch them togther. This will be the bottom of the lunch bag.