Let's go a bit frugal this time by transforming an old Man's shirt into a lovely tote bag. If you have a Man's shirt laying around in your closet, that you can't even donate that anymore. Like this one that I got here, this is belong to my husband, although the fabric is still looking great, but the collar and cuffs are starting to wear out (in this case I wouldn't even bother to donate this)
So, I decided to extract some strips out of this shirt, add a little bit of white accent fabric, and voila!!
Check out the full video tutorial below:
Long sleeves man's shirt at least size M
1/2 yard of cotton fabric for the lining (quilt weight recommended)
Nylon/polyester zipper at least 8" (20cm) long
Fusible woven interfacing
1 set of Magnetic Snaps
Washaway wonder tape
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