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Shopping Cart Grocery Bag Sewing Pattern

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Beginner

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NOTE: Craftsy is upgrading their website. If you have any problems downloading this pattern, please email me and I will send it to you! Your going to enjoy making and especially using this Shopping Cart Grocery Bag! I designed it to hold LOTS of groceries, whether they're bagged or loose. As an added benefit (which my husband LOVES), is that it won't tip over like those plastic grocery bags...ugh, don't you just HATE having to re-bag the groceries that fall out during the drive home! The bag quickly and easily attaches to a standard shopping cart and has a large and small front pocket to hold a notepad, pen, coupons, your purse/wallet and so much more. Made from durable Outdoor Pro-Tuff Fabric (sold at Walmart), this bag is nice and super strong. The backside (bag interior) of this fabric is 100% PVC, so it's easy to clean and eliminates having to sew a lining. This large bag can also be used as a beach bag, travel bag, tailgating bag, camping bag, etc. Perfect for the college student, as a housewarming gift, newlyweds gift, sports Moms (great for transporting team treats). Sewing pattern includes step by step photo instructions for quick and easy construction. You may sell the Shopping Cart Grocery Bags you make, but not these instructions or photos (digital or hard copy). **THIS BAG SAVED ME during a downpour...read about it on my blog! Did I say I LOVE this bag? Oh, I do! SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Measures: 20" X 15" X 10"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 yard 3/4" wide non roll elastic
  • 20" X 2" wide Velcro LOOP
  • 1 1/4 yard Outdoor Pro-Tuff Fabric

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Pegsgottado...something creative!
Pegsgottado...something creative!
I began sewing at age 14 and have loved doing it ever since. I enjoy a wide range of crafting, baking, cooking. I love to challenge myself and create my own designs/projects. I also write a blog: pegsgottado.wordpress.com.