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FedEx lunch bag

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R. Stern made a nice FedEx lunch bag, good use/reuse for the Tyvek –

I made my boyfriend a reusable lunch bag out of a FedEx Tyvek mailing envelope. I modeled it after a paper lunch sack. To keep glue away from our food, I used a sewing machine to do up the seams. Because Tyvek is tear-resistant, the stitches should hold it for many lunches. It should make a great water resistant, reusable alternative to the paper sack. I don’t expect it to last forever, just until I find another free Tyvek envelope.

Sternlab – Link.

6 thoughts on “FedEx lunch bag

  1. FedEx should hire you to create a whole range of envelope recycling options. It would be a very green thing to do.

  2. That’s not true, it is FedEx. If you follow the link and look at the other picture, you can clearly see the FedEx logo on the inside of the bag.
    -R. Stern

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