I recently picked up one these bags from Credo and thought about how easy it would to make one.
I was unable to find any certified organic cotton mesh on a bolt, but I did manage to find some cotton mesh in pink and white (the white is very stretchy whereas the pink is a tighter weave). The pink wasn't exactly the look I was going for, but this isn't the 80s and it was all that was available.
Still under a twill tape hangover, I made a few twill tape labels using my alphabet rubber stamp set and setocolor fabric paint (the paint sets with the heat of an iron). If you are sort who likes typography and sayings, you could make one that says, "eat your peas" or "mom says eat your greens" and that would be kind of cute, if only a conversation starter at the checkout.
My bags, finished, are about 10 x 12 inches but you can make them in any size -depending on the width of your fabric and needs. It is just a "basic drawstring bag", nothing fancy. There are a number of tutorials out there for basic drawstring bags. Happythings has a great 101 on the subject and the Purlbee has an excellent one as well. The greatest controversy is if you want one hole for your drawstring or two (I opted for one hole and a toggle mechanism).
If you don't feel like sewing mesh, Between the Lines has an ingenious produce bag made out of a t-shirt. Take a look.
That's the scoop, eat more veggies.
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