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  • RoseMA
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    Sooo . . . something called insulbrite, going to have to look for that. Still hoping someone on this thread links a pattern! lol
    Love the bags. I think my daughter would love it too.

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  • MomGram
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    What a cute bag. I will be adding this idea to my growing list.

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  • auntiemern
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    Rhonda, I love it. What a great idea. I wonder if the girls would like one, hmmm.

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  • Quiltfreestyle
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    Originally posted by RFREE View Post
    Yes Patt I use what they call "insulbright". It's an insulated batting used for potholders,oven mitts etc. Very easy to work with.
    Thanks for letting me know. I've never done nothing like this but now it's on my list. As someone else posted, if it was a little bigger it would make a great grocery bag. Need those now that LA has banned plastic bags.

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  • PeggyM
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    I love this. Such a great idea!

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  • bopeep
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    I can see why you enjoy making these....
    BEAUTIFUL !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    bopeep

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  • Doloris
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    I love those and think you could sell these if you hang out in any lunch rooms.

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  • easyquilts
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    It's adorable!

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  • RFREE
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    Originally posted by SuzyQue View Post
    My DD has just started a new job and would love one of these bags for those lunchtime/snacktime foods. It looks like your lining is just fabric. Would there be a need to make it with laminated fabric to make it waterproof?
    I guess you could use laminated fabric if you thought it would get moist. I never use it because I use sealed containers or ziplock bags when I pack my lunches

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  • RFREE
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    Originally posted by Sharyn J View Post
    Love your bag! I've made several insulated bags a little larger and they're really nice for groceries in the warm weather. I just can't make them too big or the check-out clerk will try to fit 5,000 lbs of food in one bag. LOL
    That's hilarious... 5000 lb of food!!! That cracked me up!!!

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  • LorraineRob
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    What a super project and really pretty fabrics too.

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  • TRLSRL72
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    I would love to try and make one. Did you go by a pattern?

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  • SuzyQue
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    My DD has just started a new job and would love one of these bags for those lunchtime/snacktime foods. It looks like your lining is just fabric. Would there be a need to make it with laminated fabric to make it waterproof?

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  • Iris Girl
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    Love those fabrics!!

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  • Sharyn J
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    Love your bag! I've made several insulated bags a little larger and they're really nice for groceries in the warm weather. I just can't make them too big or the check-out clerk will try to fit 5,000 lbs of food in one bag. LOL

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