Strawberry Reusable Grocery Bag

strawberry bag pattern
The first time I saw this strawberry reusable grocery bag was when I visited Taiwan end of last year. I did so much shopping that I didn’t have enough grocery bag to use. Luckily my friend borrowed her strawberry grocery bag to me when I needed it the most. It is so cute and the folding to keep the grocery bag into a tiny cute little strawberry drawstring bag really amazed me. My daughter liked it so much…. cut the story short **fast forward**, the bag ended up come home with us.

sew strawberry grocery bag

I have developed a tutorial on sewing a strawberry reusable grocery bag to share with you. I know many of you would agree with me the great functional effect of the cute little strawberry drawstring bag attached to the reusable grocery bag.

grocery bag sewing pattern

I used nylon/polyester fabric which thin but strong bought from Daiso. You may use cotton or even old T-shirt to sew it. T-shirt or heavier fabrics will need a bigger strawberry bag to store, so please adjust the size a little bigger.

Keep one in your handbag or hang it as a charm, handy when you need to do some urgent grocery shopping. It is small and light, it won’t take up too much space and load 🙂

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  1. Cindy Oderkirk Smith

  2. This is absolutely great, cute and useful bag! Thanks for sharing the tutorial!

  3. I love this Joann – very clever!

  4. OMG! It is so very cute! Thank you! Pinned

  5. This is AWESOME!!! Thank you so much for the great tutorial. I’ve been searching for this exact pattern for almost three years and no one has come close to the excellent job you’ve done here.

    I bought one of these shopping bags about 3 years ago thinking I could copy it but my sewing skills were not close to being able to do it. I’m thrilled to see this.

    Thank you SO much!

  6. Oh my this just the most adorable bag! I so need to make. The tutorial is great! Thanks!

  7. This is so cute!!! thanks for sharing!!

  8. Cute reusable bag and I love the strawberry theme of the project. Thanks for sharing the great tutorial on your site.

  9. The bag is absolutely adorable! This will be perfect to make as gifts for my scrap club gals. Hope my sewing skills match yours! TFS 🙂

  10. So cute!!! I love this reusable bags and the de orative touche you added is perfect! TFS
    Have a great day!

  11. really love the strawberry drawstring bag and would love to share your tutorial link in my blog ^_^

  12. Is that the cutest bag.

  13. I want one!! It’s so cute` ^_^

  14. Did you use laminated fabric? It’s hard to tell for sure what type of fabric it is from the pictures, but I like it and would like to get whatever you used.

    • It is something like light laminated fabric but it is not water-proof. Feel like plastic yet has the texture of woven fabric.
      I bought it at Daiso, a Japanese yen shop. If you have Daiso near by, may be you will be able to locate it.

  15. very cool! i saw similar bags in a shop.
    but i didn’t realize i could make one of them myself. i really like the idea…

    I linked to your tutorial on my blog – thanks a lot for sharing!

    doro K.

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  17. So useful, and so cute! Love the strawberry

  18. This is so adorable!!!!! I will have to ask my cousins in Taiwan about these bags. Thank you so much for the tutorial. Love it.

  19. I love it, thank you for the tutorial, I have to make it, wonderfull for a litle x’mas present to my quilting group.

  20. OK,you finally did it…great job and happy that it’s useful for you…………

  21. This is great tute but am not sure of what kinda bias tape to use? I bought some from Daiso, single fold half inch tape. Are those too narrow?


  22. I just finished the bag but so upset cos my strawberry was too small ,the bag won’t fit in 🙁 maybe my measurement was wrong. I used the same fabric from Daiso too.

  23. I think I cut 4″x5 3/4″ for the strawberry. Was I supposed to add 3/8″ to all the measurements u gave? Need to find out as I am going to do it again 🙂

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  25. nice post.

    ijin share ya

  26. Please tell From where I can purchase it?

  27. that is just about the cutest thing I have seen! Thanks!

  28. Eep this is so adorable! Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  31. Thanks for your easy to read and follow tutorials. Like others, I’ve been looking for such a pattern for a long time. Can’t wait to make one for all of my friends.

  32. Oh my God… This is soo cute…. Yes it’s CRAFT PASSION

  33. What scale did you use to make the pdf pattern? I want to print it full size, so that the pieces match the measurements you have written.

    • I didn’t set the scale on the pattern though the proportion is fixed, this is because the pattern won’t fit into a normal printing paper. The measurement should be read from the pattern. You may try to enlarge the printing to get the proximate measurement of you really want to print.

  34. Hi…. Crafty…. I m trying to make a baby sleeping bag or baby shower accessories…. Can you help me

  35. Really nice bag!!!

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