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lunchbox insulation?

vicki99 | Posted in General Discussion on

Hi,

  I’m looking for advice on lining a “lunchbox” to keep foods cold.  I have not made this particular type of bag before, where it needs to be insulated.  What should I use to insulate it, and where can I find it? 

Thank you.

 

 

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    jpadden53 | | #1

    Do a google search for "Insulbright". It is the silvery insulated fabric used for casserole keepers and such but it also works to keep things cold.Good luck

    1. vicki99 | | #2

      Thanks!

  2. Sunshine | | #3

    Recently I bought some Insulbright at Joann's Fabrics, using our favorite 40% off coupon!  I used it for some hotpads.  One suggestion I read (on Gatherings??) was to use a size 16 needle while sewing it.  I used a universal 16 and it worked great!  You might want to do a double layer for a lunch box............

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