Make life a little simpler this winter with a handy log lugger. This easy-to-make project incorporates a couple layers of heavy-duty outdoor fabric and a couple of wood dowels for the handles.
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The log lugger makes it easier to carry a bunch of firewood, plus it is a lot cleaner because you won’t get bark and dirt all over your clothes. To make a log lugger, you’ll need: 1 yard of outdoor fabric non-patterned; 1 yard of outdoor fabric patterned; 1-1/2 yards of cotton duck cloth for the lining; a sewing machine with a heavy-duty needle (size 14); scissors; needle and thread; two 1-inch wood dowels (18” long); a ruler; tape measure; a fabric pencil; pins; and an iron.
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