Net bag

Discover creative and practical ways to use net bags in your daily life. From carrying groceries to organizing your belongings, explore ideas to make the most of net bags.
Vogue, Purses, Bags, Crochet, Cotton Bag, Beach Bag, Purse Patterns, Bag, Reusable Bags

Great summer accessory to the beach! Our colorful, lightweight market bags set in beautiful pink, green & yellow colors are great for grocery shopping, beach, picnic, travel or storage. These eco friendly grocery bags are a great alternative to plastic and paper bags because they are reusable & washable. Features: -Lightweight -Sturdy (can hold up to 25 lbs.) -Versatile -Washable -Measures 24” x 15” including handles. -The strap handles measure approximately 9.5”. These net totes may…

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Mesh Grocery Bag, Tote Bag, Reusable Tote Bags, Cute Grocery Bags, Bags For Beach, Cute Tote Bags, Grocery Tote, Reusable Shopping Bags, Reusable Grocery Bags

2 pack market bags in gray & beige color for produce, travel, storage or gifting for friends and family. These net bags are super lightweight, foldable and durable that can hold an impressive amount of items- up to 30 lbs! They may appear small but the string net expands once loaded with weight. These bags are great alternative to plastic bags since they are reusable and washable. They are made with natural cotton and the long straps make it easy to carry fruits and vegetables. Please note…

Brooke Gardner
Easy Crochet Net Bag Tutorial Crochet, Crochet Bag Pattern Free, Crochet Bag Pattern, Crochet Bag Tutorials, Quick Crochet, Easy Crochet, Crochet Handbags Patterns, Fast Crochet, Crochet Project Free

Learn how to crochet a market bag/net bag/string bag easy and fast with my tutorial! This is a beginner friendly tutorial where I show and explain every step. You'll be able to crochet this bag of any size you want. But be aware that the handles and the bag itself will stretch with use, especially if you put a lot of heavy stuff in it. So keep this in mind when deciding which bag size to crochet.


Filt was born in Normandy, France in 1860 when local fisherman decided that the materials they used to craft nets had infinite potential. Now one of the major textile companies in Europe, they offer beautiful market bags inspired by the same techniques that started it all.