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Insulated Grocery Bag Pattern

Insulated Grocery Bag Pattern
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Skip worrying about your milk going back or your ice cream melting when you make this free bag pattern. Use 54" wide decorator weight fabric and a reflective car shade to create this functional Insulated Grocery Bag Pattern. This DIY grocery bag is perfect for bringing home those frozen items or packing a picnic for family outings. Learn how to make a bag you will use again and again with this grocery bag pattern. Unlike many other free grocery bag patterns, this sewing hack shows you how to make a grocery bag that does extra work.

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Time to CompleteIn an evening

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This is a very clever insulated tote bag that uses a reflective car shade as the insulation. A great carry-all tote to take to the grocery store that will help in keeping items at least cool that need to be cold long enough for the drive home. I imagine a sturdy denim sewing machine needle might be worthwhile to use to pierce the car shade and produce neat stitching.

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