The culture of tupperware at work has gained adepts for reasons that it’s not worth to name. Whether economic or purely gastronomic, lack of time or persecution mania, if our food container bag looks so distinguished as this DIY, the gesture becomes immediately five star category.
Matt from Wood&Faulk thought if he had the perfect bag to carry his lunch to work, he might begin to do so. Honoring in this wonderful blog his past as operator and inspired by some Japanese craft projects, he has designed it. The result is a tote of simple pattern that can be manufactured from a single piece of leather, but it is always better to use scraps. The pattern is available here and the entire project was posted on Design Sponge.