Craftster Quickies: How to Make Reusable Fabric Produce Bags

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Reusable Fabric Produce Bags In this episode of Craftster Quickies, kittykill teaches you how to sew a reusable drawstring produce bag. Take it to the farmer’s market or the grocery store to help cart home all those yummy veggies! Or use it for anything else you need to carry!

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  1. HRSG says:

    Great project and you make it look easy!

  2. Fluffy2 says:

    I’d love to see how you make these put after trying different things I can’t get any information. I’ve clicked almost everything but the commercials.

  3. Fluffy2 says:

    Hi, just clicked “project tutorial” and was taken to the page where it shows instructions (I hope)…rushed back to let you know but have yet to try to see if it works.

    Note: That should be in a better spot and perhaps in a bolder print and below on it’s own line where it’s noticable!

  4. Fluffy2 says:

    Still unable to find the instructions. What am I doing wrong?

  5. sweets4ever says:

    Fluffy, there is a video on the blog post itself. Can you see it? It should be below the text, centered on the page. If not, here is a direct link, where you can watch it on YouTube, rather than in the blog: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTI3jfoHUp0&feature=player_embedded

  6. Solitaire says:

    Thank you, Thank you, Thank you, KittyKill! I have read so many tutorials online about making a casing, most are confusing at best! You just made that light bulb pop over my head! I am a visual learner and love your videos! <3 you!

  7. TheMistressT says:

    Such a helpful tutorial! There’s even new vocabulary!

  8. Thank you for this helpfully wonderful tutorial KittyKill! I will be making one of these for taking with me to the YMCA too and maybe one for sand toys for when you put them away it will let the sand fall out of the mesh with a good few shakes instead of getting trapped in there! So when you were talking about finishing off the end of the cord you mentioned something to look up but I didn’t quite catch it.. (netbook speakers suck!) What was it that you said? Thanks again! :D

  9. kittykill says:

    Hey there! Not sure what part you missed. I took a safety pin and threaded it through the casing and then I said that you could use tape or glue to stop the fraying. If that wasn’t the part, let me know.

  10. Zombietox says:

    Question could I use my Organza Fabric, it has many little holes for breathing but I would love to know if I could use it

  11. fotorookee says:

    Thank you for this helpfully wonderful tutorial KittyKill!

  12. LittleOski says:

    @ WhimsiciallyObsessed I think that you were asking about when she mentions using an aglet ( the little plastic end on a shoelace) to finish the end of the cording. They are usually not sold at big chain craft stores. This website http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/agletrepair.htm has some easy tutorials to make your own and resources on finding metal aglets. Couple other aglet ideas not mentioned on his website that would work well would be using plastidip or a bead held in place with a knot on the end. Hope this helps!

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