Just in case you have too many tote bags laying around that you just can’t use all, here is a quick DIY on how to make a grocery bag holder from a tote bag. It’s a great recycle/upcycle project because an unneeded tote bag gets a new purpose.
Make A Grocery Bag Holder From A Tote Bag
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I collect tote bags because although they can’t be used all the time, sometimes they can be turned into something new and useful. With my order of some knit fabric from [eafl id=16351 name=”Girl Charlee” text=”Girl Charlee”]’s KnitFix (which is available every month) they send a unique tote bag along. The fabric is stuffed into those bags, really a cute way of shipping out their fabric! The size of their totes are 15 1/2″ x 15″ and the design is screen printed.
Some bags I am using for daily grocery shopping but some are stashed away, waiting to be turned into something fun. Like this bag, it features a fun camping scene. Besides being cute, they are really sturdy and the design is
You need the following materials:
- tote bag
- cutting mat
- rotary cutter
- serger & sewing machine
Watch the video tutorial here:
Hope you enjoyed this video and will make a bag holder soon!
Other bag holder DIY’S you might love:
- how to make a bag holder from a tea towel
- fat quarter bag holder tutorial
- bag holder made with scrap fabric pieces (so pretty!!)
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