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  • Mee

    Gorgeous (5 spots)

    We are in need of these bags around here for shopping. Thank you so much! Will look for more. :-D
  • magnadea

    Easy peasy! (5 spots)

    This is the first project I've ever done. It was really easy. The bag is lovely. Love this pattern!

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The Martha Market Bag- Free Pattern!
By ithinksew

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  • FINISHED SIZE: 18” WIDTH X 12 ½” HEIGHT X 11” STRAP HEIGHT X 3” DEPTH
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The Martha Market Bag is designed as a market or grocery bag; with its extra-secure handles and large volume, it is the perfect bag to carry many heavy items in. In order to keep your keys, points card, and wallet separated and easy-to-find, you may add a zipper pocket to the inner side of the bag in which to carry these small items in.However, no one will ever guess that this bag’s original purpose is for doing groceries. The bag is so pretty that it may be used on other occasions as well. The clean design of The Martha Market Bag allows it to easily match both a wide variety of fabrics as well as a wide range of outfits. Who says grocery shopping has to be a homely task? Shop in style with The Martha Bag. Designer’s Review
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ithinksew

The sewing pattern designer of I Think Sew is a designer who has a gift for creating sewing patterns of a fashionable and modern design. Her fresh style has shown that sewing does not have to be an "outdated" or "old-fashioned" art, and her ever-growing collection of patterns has captured the interest of young and old sewers alike. I Think Sew's designer has been sewing since she was 10 years old. She officially turned her passion into her career in 2007, and has been continuously creating new user-friendly patterns since then. She has recently started working with C&T Publishing, and released her first book, "Bags—The Modern Classics" in November, 2011.