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Thread: Trash Bag

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    Trash Bag

    I want to make a trash bag for a friends husbands car. Sometimes I think it sounds like a good
    idea then sometimes I don't think it would be a good idea. Would you make one for your husband, or man friend?

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    I think it's a great idea! Who doesn't need a trash bag in the car?
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    Sure....sounds like a good idea to me
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    be sure to make it fit a gallon baggie or a grocery store plastic bag so they have a liner ...otherwise they will not ever empty them... the liners make it a snap... just give him a supply and make your bag so that the handles hook onto buttons or something...

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    We have one in our truck which my husband loves. It is about 6x8x2. It hangs right below the right side of the radio. He is very good about emptying it when it gets full. He was very picky about the fabric. I used a masculine dark small check.

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    Yes......and they are very useful. I saw one made from men's suit fabric and it was bound with fabric from a tie.

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    Great idea! I am putting that on my list for my sons ----will do in University colors!! Thanks!

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    I made my husband a cover for his paperback books ... I think the trash bag is a good idea and may use your idea, thanks.
    Michelle in Omaha

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    I have a friend that makes them in all different colors and sells them at a craft booth for $10. They sell like hot cakes. She uses a vinyl like from drapes for the liner so it is easy to clean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nana2Sew View Post
    Yes......and they are very useful. I saw one made from men's suit fabric and it was bound with fabric from a tie.
    Love it! I can picture it hanging in a Beemer
    Nancy in western NY
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