Insulated Tote Bag

Insulated Tote Bag

Insulated Tote Bag
Insulated Tote Bag

"With Spring and Summer approaching, I always feel the need for an insulated tote bag for the groceries especially milk and yogurt. When the temperature gets warmer and hotter in summer, we couldn't stay out for long or add unplanned spots(Usually craft stores :P) to our grocery shopping trip as we feel milk and yogurt will go bad in the heat so we always come home to unload the groceries and then continue with our other shopping trips. You may wonder but our grocery trips usually include two to three shops and they are usually around 15 to 20 miles around the town(with each shop on either side of the town sometimes i.e Target around 3 miles from home on the east and Indian grocery shop around 7 miles to the west) with 3 to 4 hours. So, I decided to sew an insulated tote bag with leftover fabrics from Floor lamp makeover and How to sew oven mitt. Let's see how."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Difficulty LevelEasy

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I really like this insulated bag. I don't sew very often so for me to say I am going to make something means I really like it. This is a very easy project. It is well written and very simple to follow. I think anyone can make it. Thank you for sharing.


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