A pile of fat quarters = overjoyed grocery cart
Hardly a tutorial, this is Free & True's straight-stitch practice. And Real's yes-you-can-stay-in-my-lap-don't touch-the-machine-practice. It bothers me each & every time I touch a plastic bag. So, no more! This is the most addictive instant-gratification sewing project we've ever done. Oh, & who am I kidding about the "no-defined-instructions-thing?" I trust everyone to make things how they want them...
Cloth Produce Bags
For each bag, take one fat quarter. Fold in half. If you fold it length-wise, you get a baguette bag, or something for your celery or those giant zuccs in your yard. If you fold it width-wise, than you get your standard produce/bulk foods bag. Using a 1/2" seam allowance, stitch down the open side & along the bottom. Make sure to back stitch well at the beginning & end. Turn inside-out. Walla! I like to leave the frayed top, but you could also hem it or place the selvedge there.