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There are thousands of things to make out of duct tape. If you work with duct tape often you probably know how versatile it really is. You can make bags, wallets, clothing, anything really. These are the steps involved in making a drawstring bag. You can be as creative as you want with this project using different colors of tape, making different sized bags, etc. These instructions could even be used as basic guidelines for making a backpack or a duffel. No matter what lengths you take this project to, it all starts with a simple roll of duct tape.

Step 1: Supplies

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You will need:

 - duct tape
 - ruler or measuring tape
 - cutting utensil (xacto knife works best)
 - a long rod -  2 ft long is more than enough (I used knex rods)
 - thin rope or long shoelace/bootlace 4-6 ft long  
 
Here mine. Tyvm for you instructable.
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Iam4NUru (author)  Duckbrandsducttape2 years ago
That's awesome!
wikiq3 years ago
thanks so much. I got a little stuck on step 4 for a minute because I was afraid of messing up and didnt really get the fold over part. No matters, my bag is awesome!
jcantillon3 years ago
kwl
ducttape124 years ago
cool
ducttape124 years ago
cool
ducttape124 years ago
cool
compgeek974 years ago
i made one with black and dark blue stripes on the outside and it's great. I only loosely followed the directions though and i didn't tape the seams on the inside as well as the outside so i have to be careful not to pull the sides apart too hard. I can't get pics because I don't have a working camera. I'm going to use it to carry gym clothes back and forth to school.
Iam4NUru (author)  compgeek974 years ago
That sounds cool. I hope you like it.
12apelfrey4 years ago
This is really cool. I had to vote for you because your mom made me. lol good luck!!
iam4isu4 years ago
Way cool
This is way cool, too bad it's not Husker colors...
vonnie5174 years ago
That is really AWESOME!