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Thread: insulated grocery tote question

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    Power Poster sewnsewer2's Avatar
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    I saw some on QVC (sachi) that I was thinking of getting. Does anyone have these? Are they worth the $?

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    I have/love them. I gave 5 last xmas for gifts .They were well received.

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    Yes.... I have two, they work great and I always get complements on them.

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    I just bought 2 recently. One of me and one for DD to use with the grandkids. I got green with dots. They are really cute. We are going to use them on day trips.

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    I have a couple that I purchased from the grocery store, and I use them frequently!

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    I just made my own--out of scraps from making sleeping bag--they work great!

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    If it what i'm thinking i brought 4 at Sam's Club they keep things Hot or Cold and are insulated

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2
    I saw some on QVC (sachi) that I was thinking of getting. Does anyone have these? Are they worth the $?

    Thanks :D
    Do you have any experience making bags? While the QVC bags are not a bad price, you can make quite a few for the same price. I buy Insul-brite w/ a coupon at Joann's and use fabric from my stash. I have made smaller bags for lunch and larger bags for shopping. All who have received use them regularly (and they are machine washable). Another option --- if you are just looking to get your icecream home from the store in the summer before it melts, a couple of small blocks of ice (like water put into ziploc bags and frozen) inside a cheapie styrofoam cooler will do the trick. Not as pretty, but just as effective.

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