Grab a shirt, dust off that machine, and check out the steps below:
1. Lay out your shirt (preferably long sleeve). It can be any size, I just happened to use a baby onesie. Decide how big you want it to be and make a cut straight across.
2. Turn your shirt inside out and sew across the bottom. I suggest using a serger, zig-zag, or some sort of stretch stitch.
3. Turn right side out and press the seam you just sewed. (Always press! It makes a world of difference.)
4. Sew the ends of the sleeves together. The sleeves are now an enclosed loop. Press.
Try it! Tell me what you organized in your vehicle....Reusable grocery bags? Kid items? Snacks?
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