As we see how plastic and other disposable grocery bags pollute our environment, let’s take a few steps forward to using reusable eco- friendly bags for our grocery shopping.
Let us be responsible humans and show good examples to our kids and reduce the use of things that harm our ecosystem.
Though I sew a lot, I love easy and quick projects to sew. I take a few hours off from designing dresses to sewing simple things that give me great joy and satisfaction. I try to choose colorful and vibrant fabrics that make the end product pretty enough.
This easy reusable reversible grocery bag sewing pattern is one such DIY project I love. This is a very easy bag tutorial, that will give you double the results for the time you spent on sewing it.
This reversible grocery bag is a fun project that is sure to lift up your spirits this season. This market bag comes with optional pockets, that is again a bonus. You can add pockets to just one side (as I did) or both sides.
This is a quick- sew tote style bag, that requires a few rectangular pieces of fabric and a few straight line stitches. Doesn’t it sound like a perfect beginner sewing project?
You can make this bag by recycling your clothes, bed sheets, or pillowcases. Just cut the pieces in the given dimensions and sew as directed. Change the dimensions of the fabric pieces to be cut and you can make it in different sizes.
If you would like to have a look at other easy things to sew, click on the pictures below:
Easy Reusable Reversible Grocery Bag
Medium- weight cotton fabric in a desired print and color for the bag outer and straps- ½ yard.
Medium- weight fabric in a coordinating color and print for the bag lining- ½ yard.
Fabric for the pocket- You may use any fabric piece from your leftover stash, with the dimensions given below.
- The measurements given below would give you a finished reversible grocery bag that is 17- inch tall and 15- inch wide. Change the length and width to sew the bag in different sizes.
Two pieces 18- inches long and 16- inches wide from the main fabric.
Two pieces, 18- inches long and 16- inches wide from the lining fabric.
One piece, 11- inches long and 10- inches wide from the pocket fabric.
Two pieces, 12- inches long and 3- inches wide for the straps.
Before we sew the two bag outer pieces together, we need to sew the pocket.
Let’s sew the pocket to the bag outer.
Next, we do the straps.
Let’s attach the straps to the bag pieces.
Next, we need to sew the two bag outer pieces together.
Let’s box the bottom of the bag.
Next, we need to sew the bag outer and lining together.
For more of my free patterns, click here.
For hundreds of free patterns and DIYs, visit allfreesewing.com.
Pin it for later here,