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Mindy is an enormous, hand-picked, quality checked, and categorized craft / DIY tutorial collection. Our mission is to help you discover the world's best free craft tutorials, patterns, and printables! We have fantastic crafts, helpful tips, and step-by-step tutorials from talented and passionate craft bloggers all around the world. Our library consists of thousands of in-depth craft tutorials and covers an immense variety of crafts and hobbies. Whether you want to see specific crafts or just collect a few fun ideas, our team will be here for you every step of the way! Browse through our craft tutorial collection and transform the everyday things around you into fun and useful things! Whether you’re looking to master a new-to-you hobby, improve your skills, or simply get inspired, Mindy is here to help.
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Repurposed T-shirt bag - free sewing pattern
This repurposed T-shirt bag is a super easy sewing project which can be done in an evening. These T-shirt bags are very useful at the mall, beach or swimming pool because after a long day you could just toss them in the washing machine with your regular clothing.There are several patterns for T-shirt bags floating around the internet, but this one is a bit different :it has a boxy bottom and deeper handles/straps to put over your shoulder. It's a really easy pattern to adjust, though, if you have different ideas on how you want yours to look.
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DIY Eco friendly grocery bag from old T-shirts
When tried to come up with something eco-friendly Deliah decided to create something that's green in more ways than one. She made her reusable grocery bag out of an old knit T-shirt . This a funny, easy to make ( and eco friendly ! ) bag idea which is also great for storage and easy to clean! You can create T-shirt grocery bags in various shapes, colors, and sizes even from a t-shirt sleeve! How fun is that? This DIY Eco friendly grocery bag is really easy and requires very little sewing. You can easily pack them in with your reusable grocery bags so you remember to use them at the store.
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DIY Shopping cart quarter keeper ( Free crochet pattern)
If you’re an avid shopper just like us, you know the struggle of finding (and keeping) a quarter with you at all times to unlock one of the rental cars. So what do we need? A crocheted quarter keeper keychain!  And what Ashlea will give us? A free crochet pattern! To crochet this quarter keeper keychain  you’ll only use one stitch: the single crochet. Show off your fancy quarter keeper keychain, and make one for everyone for presents!
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Crochet farmer's market bag (free bag crochet pattern)
This farmer’s market bag pattern is perfect for the determined beginner and seasoned crocheter alike! Made with 100% cotton yarn, this bag will be your best friend from spring through fall year after year. We are happy to share a  new crochet project with you today – a free  farmer’s market bag pattern! This crochet farmer’s market bag features a square shape, long handles, a solid bottom, and mesh body to allow for LOTS of stretch.  You’ll be amazed with the amount of things that you can fit into this bag!
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DIY No-sew T-shirt tote bag
We are sharing an awesome upcycling craft with you today: Jessi's upcycled T-shirt tote bag ! Gorgeous isn't it? If you have a bunch of old t-shirts from college that you just don’t wear anymore, but they still have sentimental value turn them into tote bags ! It’s so easy to turn a t-shirt into a tote bag , and the best part is, there’s no sewing required! All you need is scissors and an old t-shirt , you can make a super awesome tote bag !
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DIY Fabric grocery bag with reindeer pattern - fun potato stamp craft
Did you enjoyed stamping with potatoes when you were a child? This time use potato stamps to make lovely fabric bags for your Christmas goodies! Crafting with stamps is a fun way to create simple patterns, and this bag is just perfect for the Christmas season . You can make your own stamps using a staple that can be found in just about every kitchen: potatoes! A potato and a little fabric paint are really all you need to make your own beautiful Christmas grocery bag. In this nice tutorial Sarah will show you how to make one:
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