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  • Charese Pettis

    recycled t-shirt tote bags - make reusable grocery bags ( or a beach bag, or library book bag, or....) out of an old shirt, in about 5 minutes. Why didn't I think of this?

  • Jill Tedders

    Tote bags from old tee shirts.

  • Lynn Durner

    Recycle old T shirts into tote bags

  • Wallingford Public Library

    Recycled T-Shirt Tote Bags: April 22 Go green and turn an old t-shirt into a reusable tote bag. Bring an old shirt and transform it into something that will last forever! Don’t have a shirt? Don’t worry, we will have some for you to choose from. These are a great alternative to plastic shopping bags, but can be used for books or a purse. They are washable, reusable, not to mention super cool. Please register in advance!

  • Kimberly Hafner

    recycle t shirt bag

  • Jessica Nowroski-Raymond

    Recycled T Shirt into a Tote Bag

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