Hi again, everyone! I hope you all have been enjoying the beautiful NE Ohio weather! When it starts to get nice out, I get excited for outdoor market season. What about you?
Since my last few posts have been a little more time-consuming, I wanted to keep it simple this month with a No-Sew Tshirt produce bag.
Anyone remember this post from a few years ago? No worries if not, for today’s post, I took one of the no-sew Tshirt bags I made in that post and made it into a produce bag. Super simple!
- T-Shirt (or previously made T-Shirt Bag)
First step is to make your no-sew T-shirt bag following the steps shared here. I was going to turn the T-Shirt shown above into another bag, but unfortunately, it was too large. When picking a T-Shirt for your produce bag, chose something small. Since I already had a small(ish) T-Shirt bag ready, I just used that to make my Produce Bag.
I started by folding it in half.
Then I cut slits through all layers about an inch apart.
I unfolded my bag and folded in one side halfway (as shown above).
Then I cut through all layers again, alternating my cuts to align with the center of my previous cuts. There’s not really a method to cutting these slits, this was just a method I found online here.
Repeat on the other side, and you are all set for the next farmer’s market or trip to your local grocery store!
If you liked this blog, then join us Saturday, June 29, from 1-3 pm for a live DIY tutorial with me! The event will take place at Goodwill’s Midway store. It’s free, and all supplies will be provided!
Until next time – Happy creating!