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This fun and easy bag caddie will give you an organized place to keep your bags, and easy access. It will hang from your grocery cart, a stroller or a bicycle.
After a botanist in 1852 developed the first machine to fold envelope style paper bags, it took a woman to perfect it. In the early 1900’s Margaret Knight put nearly ninety items under her inventors hat. But her crowning achievement was the machine that folded and glued flat bottom paper bags: today’s modern grocery bag.
In 2008 we have altered the paper bag yet again, with our version, sewn with reusable materials. Welcome us to the list of bag inventors.
Bee Wise Goods was born from the spirit of our small company. Although we still design, construct and sell our ever growing line of grocery bags, we wanted to give the same opportunity to creative DIY readers. Our projects are fun to make, a joy to give and our small way of contributing to a better world. We want our book to assist every reader and how they complete a project. This book will serve as a detailed written and diagrammed springboard for your creations.
Come sit and let us inspire you!
~ Bee Wise Bags
15 pages with 2 photographs and 20 diagrams and a great recipe.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and pattern for making a bag caddie. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
I love this caddie because I actually have a place to keep the bqags while I shop! However this is a pattern that requires c areful measuring and marking to complete. I did baste (by machine) some of the curves and did not rely on pinning alone.
HATED this pattern. The gusset piece was not long enough (from pattern-and yes I am sure that I hit no scaling before printing) to go around the back and front of bag, trying to sew it around the rounded corners came out sloppy with creases. Very irritated that I wasted money on the pattern, the fabric just to have it wasted and more important - my time and how much irritation it brought me. Only rated it a one star because it wouldn't let me post with nothing marked.
Easy to make. I just leave it in the car. Love it
Love this! It's great to have at the store!! So helpful!
fabric, thread, buckles, snap
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