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  • Tabitha Hoots Wiegers

    For all those old shirts you still want to use, but not wear. Just cut the sleeves and neck then stitch the bottom closed. These might make better grocery bags than other ones because they can be washed more easily.

  • Rebekah Bartelt

    Use kids old shirts and make tote bags for their stuff? Use old shirts. Just cut the sleeves and neck then stitch the bottom closed. cute idea!

  • Ingrid G

    For all those old shirts you still want to use, but not wear. Just cut the sleeves and neck then stitch the bottom closed. This would be great for shopping bags!

  • Ashley Spencer

    recycled t shirt tote bag

  • Carol Swigart

    T- shirt bag - For all those old shirts you still want to use, but not wear. Just cut the sleeves and neck then stitch the bottom closed.

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