[caption id="attachment_447" align="aligncenter" width="216" caption="Step 1: Cut sleeves and neck opening to create handles"] Welcome to everyone who just found us via Lish's fab blog post on Craft about our appearance at the Ann Arbor Mini-Maker Faire a couple weeks ago. We had a blast teaching folks to make over 200 t-shirt bags. We met loads of great people, many who never had attempted using a sewing machine before and couldn't believe how much fun and easy it was. Plus the bags were the perfect accessory for Mini-Maker to carry all the loot from other booth's make and takes folks tried. To make your own t-shirt bag, grab any old t-shirt (kid's shirts work especially great, just the right size), cut off the sleeves just on the inside seam and cut out the neck, just a bit below the ribbed collar, keep the shirt lying flat so hole is uniform in size, front and back.
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