Do you have lots of extra t-shirts laying around the house? I know we do. We get them at every event we go to as
well as at every tourist spot we stop at. I have them for museums, caves, bike rides, besides the ones I collect for Cancer awareness… I love to quilt, so I usually take mine and turn them to a t-shirt quilt. It’s fun to look through and say – oh yeah I remember that place or do you remember when….
We frequently though get t-shirts that don’t hold any special meaning and become outgrown or unusable in some other way (like a ketchup stain all down the front). Instead of throwing them out, Good Housekeeping has posted on their site some instructions for turning a t-shirt into a reusable shopping bag.
How to Make an Eco-Chic Shopping Bag
What’s better than an ordinary reusable bag? One you’ve made yourself from an on-its-last-legs T-shirt. All you’ll need is an old tee, scissors, a needle and thread, and about an hour to get crafty.
- 4 Ways to Reuse Old Clothes (savings.com)
- Craft: What Do You Do With All Of Those Old Tees? (momitforward.com)
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