DIY Market Bag

With Earth Day just around the corner, we’re turning to artist and environmentalist Chris Jordan for inspiration. In this large-zoom photograph he has captured 1.14 million brown paper supermarket bags, the number used in the US every hour. And did you know that 2.7 billion plastic bags are used every day worldwide? Floored by these staggering numbers we were motivated to do a quick and easy DIY, recycling an old t-shirt into a reusable fringed market bag. We hope that it will also inspire you to use less plastic and paper!


You’ll need:
– an old t-shirt (the larger the shirt, the larger the bag)
– a pair of scissors
– a safety pin


Pass The Hat

Did you know that fedoras were originally introduced in the late 1800s as a fashion accessory for women? A few years later, men followed suit and began sporting soft felted hats. Just a little history, ladies, as you browse through the amazing collection of fedoras at Hat Country . . .

(wool felt fedoras via Hat Country $30-$140; bottom image via StreetFSN)

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