Red burgundy canvas grocery tote bag with grapevine pattern
Canvas tote bag with a grapevine pattern is sized for grocery shopping. Digital inkjet print on jacquard prepped canvas is additionally treated with bubble jet for maximum wash fastness. The print has been pre-washed once and should be stable. A quick hand wash with warm water should do the trick if needed. Personally, I still use plastic for meat so that my bags aren't contaminated. But having nice looking bags ups the chances of remembering to take it with you, and no commercials on the bag means no comments on shopping the other store. The bags include a rigid removable bottom. My original prototypes used a mat board bottom that has gotten considerably beat up over time, but still functions to make the bag stand up on its own, making it easier to pack your groceries. They easily hold as much weight as you can carry* and will probably replace 2-3 plastic bags.
Each bag measures about 32" in circumference, 4' deep bottom, 13 1/2" high. The handle is a total of 22" long and makes about a 8" drop. The bag is unlined for economy, but also has a small pocket and a hook and loop (Velcro) closure.
Note: If you need additional bags than what I have made up, or even a custom design, please don't hesitate to ask! (Send a message to the link at the bottom of the page)
First Item: $6.00
Additional Items: $0.00
I ship within 2 business days(most usually the next day). If there is a problem with shipping that soon I will certainly let you know right away. If it's a custom order,or not presently in stock, it's likely to take a week to ship.
Wall pieces: CAUTION! I absolutely want you to be satisfied, but I don't want to be exchanging work, refunding money if it can be helped. All monitors vary,and especially with age,-I've just replaced mine- and I've done the best I can to make sure my colors are reasonably accurate. My colors tend to clean and pure, my general rule of thumb-don't laugh-if you have beige walls or an almond refrigerator my wall quilts will make your walls look dirty. Pretty negative salesmanship,I know, but if you're on the fence about a piece, I want to give you honest advice.
Wall pieces will be UV treated, with a can of UV treatment included. Despite that, textiles still shouldn't be hung in direct sunlight, and should be taken down and "let rest" every 6 months for as much as another 6 months.
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