Category Archives: Handbags

T-shirt yarn bags made with synthetic mesh


A grid or synthetic mesh is not only used to make carpets with t-shirt yarn, as you can see in these models of bags, they can also be used for other projects with recycled fabric.

This is an original way to make t-shirt yarn bags that can be customized based on the taste and creativity of each artisan, leaving long strips or creating designs with crochet. Continue reading

Step by step grid bag by Dedri Uys


Dedri Uys has created these beautiful and colorful XL crochet handbags and very kindly shares the step by step to make them. It’s a very original design of a grid bag, decorated with a woven flower. Let’s see where to find the tutorial to follow the step by step and make our own recycled fabric bag. Continue reading

T-shirt yarn schemes: practical woven organizers


It’s essential to have in your house organizers and baskets to store objects, for example, fabric bags for clothes that you have to wash. These bags are perfect for that purpose as they can be hung anywhere and are also decorative. In addition to this utility, you can use them as organizers of objects, for example, to save the scrolls and everything you want to keep organized in one place. Continue reading

Patterns of woven bags


I have fallen in love with this “African Flower” crochet bag made by craftpassion and I’m sure many of you will agree that it’s a beautiful model. Fortunately you can make it, because it’s one of the patterns of crocheted handbags and handbags woven with two needles we’ll see today. Continue reading

How to make T-shirt yarn bags (measures, techniques and ideas)

How to make T-shirt yarn bags (measures, techniques and ideas)

To make a T-shirt yarn bag you will need a 1 Kg fabric roll, with which you can weave a bag of a 50×50 cm size. Depending on the kind of roll you can cut the fabric strips in half, because there are rolls from 0,5 to 4 cm width; so, with a fabric roll you can make a bag, and if it is a little one, sure enough you will have fabric remnants to make jewelry or other projects with recycled fabric. Continue reading