How to Make a Reusable Produce Bag

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Cut down on single use plastic waste with these reusable produce bags!



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So cheap and easy to make and good for the environment too. Those types of bags cost a ridiculous amount if you buy them premade. Great project. Thanks for sharing!

Author — Teresa White

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Love this! I was looking to purchase some, now I can make it at half the cost.

Author — Regena Wolter

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This is such a good an easy project!! Thanks for uploading, brill video ❤

Author — Cass Kine

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For sewing, do you recommend a straight or zigzag stitch? And how long should the stitches be?

Author — Aspen Ward

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This is just what I wanted. Great tutorial!

Author — Ladylasil

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Super easy, super awesome! In these difficult times I was thinking of a diy grocery bag so I cud stop taking plastic bag frm the store. U just nailed it!! I like this even better than the t shirt bags!!! I'm ur new subscriber!!

Author — Parul Mishra

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Thanks... 🤔I.d also use it for the beach! 😉

Author — Jean Smith

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Great video. CAn you put the name of the cord and bag fabric in description sometimes hard to understand

Author — Rooochie

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You can also wash the produce in the bag!

Author — Sharon Baumgarten

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Can I different fabric for grain, trail mix, etc

Author — Zahra

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I would use a strechable stitch instead of a straight stitch because of the produce weight.

Author — Alejandra Rivera

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Produce is weighed in the bag. How does this compare in weight with the standard plastic bags?

Author — SallyNeff

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If you don't mind me asking, how much did you spend doing it? Buying a set of three (different sizes) would cost me around 5 dollars where I live. Would I save money by doing them myself?

Author — Elizabeth Arroyo

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Yes they are gouging the opportunity and in my opinion do not care for the environment. Get to it instead of get lazy. Make your own. We have been brainwashed to believe we cannot do anything creative or useful from big business.

Author — Joan Affleck