Friday, November 4, 2011

Homespun Re-Usable Grocery Store Tote Bag

  I asked my oldest Niece once, "What is the deal with us girls and our purses?" She replied. "It's our security Aunt Cheryl, we carry all of our stuff in it." Wisdom always makes sense.

Here's a quick project for bringing home some of the stuff from the grocery store.

Supply List
Used Grocery Store Tote Bag
Place Mat (if bottom support panel is missing)
Scrap Fabric
Thread to match
Sewing Machine
Pinking edge Scissors or Rotary Cutter

Cut fabric squares and pin to tote bag and stitch in place 1/4 from edge of fabric. Cut place mat to fit bottom if the original support panel is missing

There you have it. A quick and easy tote bag with a homespun touch ready to go the the grocery store.

Tip: I like to designate certain bags for certain stores and hang them by the front door as a reminder to use them on my way out.


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