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I love my old lunchbox. Like my coveralls like old friends. My problem is my lunchbox will not carry my coffee cup without a soggy PB & J ...
Tools ans supplies:scissorsneedlethreadleftover coveralls from another 'iblelunch boxcoffee mugand lastly...time
Plan the parts you would like to use. I used one back pocket and the leftover from the shoulder straps. This is what I was left with.
So I laid out the pocket and the other piece. Lucky me it looks ok!!! Ok start stitching. This may be tricky through all the seams and such. ...
Turns out that in stitching this together I came up with an extra pocket. This can be sewn up or left open. I chose to leave open and ...
So the plan is to slide a piece under the part that holds the thermos in place. Now test fit and measure. I cut a piece of the ...
Slide your creation over the the thermos hold down. Close the lid. Lock the clasps on tbe front of the lunchbox
Functional and descent looking. Just tell the guys on the jobsite your crafty wife made it for ya. Hope this inspires to make life a little easier and ...
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