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Scrappy DIY Grocery Bag Pattern

By: Adrianne from happyhourprojects.com
Scrappy DIY Grocery Bag Pattern
Scrappy DIY Grocery Bag Pattern
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Take one tee, one hour, and just a little bit of crafting know how and learn how to make a bag that is perfect for carrying your produce. Step into the spring and summer sun with a DIY you are going to want to brag about with this Scrappy DIY Grocery Bag Pattern. This smart and sewn idea is the perfect bag to bring to the store or the Farmer's Market. Designed especially to carry fruits and veggies, the soft fabric of an old tee pretty much promises to keep your delicate produce bruise-free.

 

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byHand

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Is this not such a novel idea? Very clever and so quick and easy to do too. I also love the ideas in Neffendi's comment (below) and I agree that there are umpteen other possibilities with this bag. I have a few old T-shirts waiting for a 2nd 'life' so I'm all set to start!

Your t-shirt bag might keep fruit from getting bruised, but it's big enough that produce could be crushed by its own weight. A smaller shirt might make a more practical bag for tender fruit. It's still a good idea, especially if you're careful what you put in it.

This is a great way to repurpose those old favorite tee shirts we all have, love and hate to through away. You could probably double up the tee shirts to get a stronger bag and some cool effects. You could even weave strips of other tee shirts through the holes to make a woven look bag. This would probably allow you to carry smaller sized produce, fruits, and objects. The possibilities are endless.

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