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Bright stripes in orange, yellow, blues, greens. A colorful cheerful grocery / marketing bag made from recycled cotton fabric. Also makes a great beach bag to carry all the towels, to carry books, and other important stuff you need. Also works well for baby stuff, too. Many uses for this durable, washable bag.

Has your city or county outlawed the use of paper and/or plastic shopping bags? If so, you will need to Bring Your Own Bag, and if that's the case... why not make it one you love to carry and one that carries a lot?

Check out this unique bag. It has stitching on the sides and bottom of the bag for shaping and easy packing.
The bottom folds up just like a paper bag and can be folded in half for easy storage and durability.
The handles are triple stitched and don't cut into your hands, even when carrying heavy bags (and these bags do hold a lot!)

All bags are made in my home by me. They are made from recycled / upcycled fabric. The bags are 12" high, 12" wide. The bottom is 7" deep, with 5" sides. Measurements may vary a little from bag to bag.

Don't forget to BYOB - Bring Your Own upcycled, cotton, eco-friendly and reusable Bag!
Fabric has been pre-washed so bag can be thrown in the washer and dryer. I have been using mine for years and they clean up very nicely :)

Excess shipping costs over a dollar will be refunded.

For other reusable grocery bags, check out the Bring Your Own Bag section

Grocery bag marketing, bright stripes eco-friendly reusable


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton, fabric
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 116 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people