Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Next, you turn it inside out, and even out the bottom of it. You are going to sew all the way across the bottom, without catching the seam you did on the outside. This way, when you turn it back right side out, you have a finished looking seam showing, and its reinforced for your heavy groceries.
So turn it back so you're looking at the front, and line it up nice like you're going to fold it. Lay it on a flat surface. If you started with a tank top, you are probably done, but perhaps wishing it wasn't a ribbed tank top.
Watch out for stretchy t-shirts when you do this, the stretchy ones droop towards the floor pretty good when you put heavy stuff in there, but are awesome for bulky light stuff.