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ten minute no-sew recycled t-shirt bag

 
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Love this idea! It was the sewing part that stopped me from making other tshirt bags. Thanks for sharing!
 
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That's actually really cool! The stitcher in me wants to take a sewing machine to the edges but it's great just as is and anyone could make them up. Good for shopping, very frugal and love the upcycling element as well.
 
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I looked for a video how-to, and here is a demo of a different version. It involves duct tape but is strong, and can be used for carrying groceries. Also a good kids' project.
 
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This is a cute no sew bag with fringe at the bottom:

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