GROCERY BAG FROM LONG JEAN SKIRT WITH POCKETS

January 15th, 2009 in member junk     
BJMossor BJMossor, member
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I hadn't worn my long jean skirt for some time, I cut the waist band off took out zipper and sew up the zipper space. I used vintage fabric for liner added handles and used scrabble letters to glue the words MY LIST--COUPONS on the pockets. So very handy and definitly a going green item!!!


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, fabric, traditional, blue, tote

Comments (5)

Lovingmylife writes: Great job! I make these out of all kinds of old clothes,pants, shirts,sweaters,jackets! I love to upcycle!
BEAUTIFUL!!
Veronica Posted: 11:39 pm on January 13th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: You could really pack a lot of stuff in this bag. Neat idea!

Thanks for sharing.
Candy Posted: 5:40 am on January 16th
junkermidge writes: Oh, that is adorable! Love the roominess, the big outer pockets, and the scrabble letters. Good job.
Midge Posted: 10:28 pm on January 15th
MimiToria writes: Very creative use of a skirt you no longer use. I notice it is nice and long with the extra length of material you'd garner from a skirt, so that you could pack in a bunch of groceries too.
Gretchen Posted: 8:33 pm on January 15th
chiccottagejunk writes: Oh, wow, what a great idea. I use the local grocery store cloth bags, but this is more fun! Cute idea for re-use. Posted: 7:22 pm on January 15th
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