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Cotton Mesh Multiuse Bag
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"Multi-use cotton mesh drawstrig bags. You can use them for storage your goods or shopping fruits or vegetables. Can be made of polyester mesh, organza or thulle as well. They are cotton finished. If you want to make more than one it is good to use different colors of cotton to finish. I find them very useful and strong. They are very easy and quick to sew. The dimension of bag is up to you. With this method you can sew tiny or bigger bags. Just check..."
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Project TypeMake a Project
Time to CompleteIn an evening
- cotton or polyester mesh
- cotton leftovers for strings
- ribbon or cotton string
cut a rectangle out of mesh
The dimensions are up to us. What's important, don' t cut the bottom. It is folded! My rectangle is 30 x 25 cm (folded) and 60 x 25 cm (unfolded). We need two strings cur from cotton. The width is 5 cm (2"). The length of the stripes is equal to the width of our rectangle.
You need to fold the stripes 2 x 1 cm and topstitch. Just like shown on the photo.
Each stripe must be folded and pressed. Afterwords we put each stripe at the top of the mesh and sew. Follow the photos.
We need to fold the mesh in such a way that the stripes are stacked on each other. The end of the mesh must be folded as well.
Now it's time to sew sides. Then cut the excess.
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