Follow along with Jen from Shabby Fabrics to learn how to create this bag that is perfect for grocery shopping, farmers markets, craft fairs and more!

Click here to download the diagram.


#10 imnrn4hearts 2017-07-22 11:58
I love your videos - I'm so proud of the finished products that I wish you had a pictorial library where your followers could post their creations. One of my favorites (and I use it all of the time) is the DIY Neck Wallet. I made the "handle"/strap on it longer and I use it when I only need my phone, credit card and driver's license with me. It's so cute and functional when you don't want to carry a bulky, heavy purse! Thanks.
#9 Bridget 2017-07-19 18:20
Plastic is horrible for the environment so I hope you choose to use your own DIY bags. Been doing this for years
#8 Anita 2017-07-18 08:40
Wonderful tutorial. Thanks for sharing. I use cloth bags when I shop. These are a wonderfully creative way to be environmentally friendly.
#7 Jupergee 2017-07-17 17:52
Love today's pattern. Living in CA, I am getting used to the mandatory bag policy. What a nice way to haul groceries!
#6 Gerri 2017-07-17 14:42
#5 Lynda 2017-07-17 13:39
Thanks for the great tutorial. I think most Canadians regularly use fabric bags instead of plastic or paper, some because of bylaws but mostly voluntarily to protect the environment.
#4 Linda Gulick 2017-07-17 10:23
when I print out the download pages 1-2 print out with part being black and the direct arrows do not show.
#3 Linda Gulick 2017-07-17 10:21
When I print out the download it pages 1 & 2 print black and does not show the direct of the arrows.
#2 Diana 2017-07-17 08:42
Very nicely done, and very clever. Thank you. :lol:
#1 Penyquilter 2017-07-17 05:20
Great pattern, beautifully explained - thank you.

Bring these bags with you if you ever come to Europe as most countries have a 'no free plastic bags' law.

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