David has grown again - not sure why he keeps doing that but I suspect just to make me mad! lol :)

So he swapped me a year's worth of meals for some used t-shirts and jeans. With such an abundance of t's, we decided to make a few tote bags.

These are super easy, you cut off the sleeves, cut down the neck a bit, sew the bottom. we wanted them a bit nicer so we did a 'french seam' kind of deal and then blocked the ends to give a good bottom to the bags.

These are super fashionable and very roomy. It's also a great way to keep that favorite t-shirt useful a bit longer. Also would be a great way to pay that ex-boyfriend back for leaving his favorite shirt on your floor! :)

For step by step instructions visit: http://www.instructables.com/id/FASTEST-RECYCLED-T-SHIRT-TOTE-BAG/

Thanks so much for reading and happy crafting!!

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