Username Post: Cricut E tote        (Topic#1573449)
yayosan
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yayosan

Can anyone suggest an inexpensive tote for my E that is sitting on the floor unprotected ? I've seen the Cgull, but I don't want to pay $$$.


 
MrsAnnieS
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In response to yayosan

I got the cricut shoulder tote at J's, with a coupon it was around $25 I think? It has a reinforced bottom but it folds up for storage when not in use. I really like it, but I only use it for bringing my CE to crops


 
scrappnmom2il
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In response to MrsAnnieS

My friend is in the process of making me one. It will be quilted and she is even adding pockets on the inside so I could keep my mats, some carts and other cricut supplies in one place. With the material that I bought at J's and all the other supplies and with her fee, I will be paying $40.


 
runzalot81
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In response to scrappnmom2il

I only paid @ $60 for mine and it has wheels and pockets and a pull handle. I think I got it from evilbay. I only use it for travel. I have a dust cover that was custom made that I use daily. It was @ $7. Evilbay, too, I think.


 
Sneezy1956
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In response to runzalot81

I use the big tote from 31 it fits perfectly. I don't remember the name of it but it's there biggest and there is room in it for your mats and even your gypsy or cartridges.


 
lifethroughalens
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In response to Sneezy1956

I use a rolling duffel bag that I ordered through amazon. It is duel purpose. It is large enough for my expression (cord and all), will hold my cartridges (I only have 8 now) and I can use it as an overnight or weekend bag if I am not going to a scrap. It also has a strap to carry on the shoulder, 2 front pockets, the pulling handle can be hidden when not in use and it is black and white polka-dot (my favorite pattern. And it was about $42 (tax and shipping).


Edited by lifethroughalens on 04-07-12 08:41 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.


 
pinkpaperairedale
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In response to lifethroughalens

I thought about using a rolling duffel bag, too and wondered if they might have one at Sams or Costco although I don't belong to them. I need to find a place to buy a nice dustcover. Seems like there used to be members who sewed them.......maybe etsy.


 
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