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Make Reusable Bags From Broken Umbrellas

November 3, 2017

When the metal in an umbrella breaks, it is normally time for the trashcan. Now however, you can use the fabric from that umbrella to create these really neat foldable reusable bags. There is a bit of sewing involved but overall, it is really easy to create these little bags and they fold up into a roll so you can tote them with you wherever you are going. These are great for impromptu shopping trips when you need a reusable bag to carry things home. They’re so small that you can keep one in your purse and never know it’s there.

 

 

 

 

DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Untrendylife

 

 

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