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  • Erin Lorandos

    Grocery bags from a pillowcase. Very clever! - MilitaryAvenue.com - also good craft idea for library?

  • Jessica Lee

    Grocery bags from a pillowcase. Great for lugging Halloween candy around, too!

  • Karen Higginbotham

    Grocery bags from a pillowcase. Great way to use all those antique pillowcases that no longer have a match. #repurposed #ecofriendly #diy #crafts

  • Jayne Franck

    Grocery bags from a pillowcase. Would make a great pool or beach bag too!

  • Mallory Lentz

    Bags out of pillow case. Vintage pillowcase? No, a shopping bag!

  • Adrianne Pardue

    Tote bag from a pillowcase-- savers has pillow cases for 99€ some are retro too! Need some green grocery bags?

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lovely bag! want to buy this pattern from rosylittlethings....

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