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Decorate a Jute bag with fabric (No sewing!)

This cheap jute bag gets an upgrade with pretty floral fabric and vintage lace. It’s perfect for running errands or even a pool /beach bag!
It’s Linda here, from burlap+blue, with fun jute tote DIY project for you! I’ve got good news – you don’t know how to sew, in order to reach it.
Yep, you’re going to do to your best friend, the cloth Mod smorgasbord, add fabric for a jute bag. While some people may like jute on their own, I’m not a big fan.
I really felt like this bag needs a makeover, and I had just the fabric and cutting to do it. This is very durable, and do you think you are’t how easy it is. Read more and get the how-to.
Decorate a Jute bag

fabric Mod hotchpotch
Jute bag (I got mine at Hobby Lobby)
fabric and/or lace
foam brush

step 1: Gather your supplies and cut a piece of fabric to fit the front of the bag. I found this bag for under $6 at Hobby Lobby, but use what you can find.
This is the perfect project for thrifted or cheap pieces. This technique also works well on cosmetic cases, wine bags, and also clutches or purses!
step 2: Use your Mod-hodgepodge, cut the fabric to your bag, and let it dry completely. When I was getting ready to build this project, I realized my fabric Mod hodgepodge of dried up was (oh no!), so I told my Mat Mod smorgasbord and honest’t have any problems.
step 3: next, cut your lace to the top of the bag. If you don’t have no top, you can ric-rac, ribbon, or even a contrasting piece of fabric . . . anything goes!
I wanted the fabric to feel like fabric and not too stiff, so I decided to not Mod hodgepodge on the cloth and lace. This is just a personal preference, though; you may go away either!
thanks for the let me today share with all of you! You will find many tutorials and inspiration on my blog! You have a nice day!

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