Easy DIY tshirt backpack
Tshirts are one of life’s great inventions, don’t ya think? After years of faithful service, they’re hard to toss out. They hold sentimental value. My bro in law has a quilt made from all his concert Tshirts. The perfect T is beloved, useful and loyal to the end. I needed a cool project to do with the kids at our big family reunion. Wanted to make it out of something old and it had to be usable. T-shirt saves day!!! Here’s a little backpack I made out of an old favorite. The Flip Side lives on!
Let me know if you have questions about making this easy DIY tshirt backpack. I used a 14×16 inch rectangle for the pattern and paracord for the drawstring. You know, it’s the great parachute cord people make the survival bracelets out of. Comes in loads of colors and patterns. Grommets! Get to know and love grommets. They are easy to install and make things look like the real deal.
The Flip Side is an independent movie made by Rod Pulido about filipino family culture. He used a few Moonpools and Caterpillars songs for the soundtrack.