Well, I've been putting this blogpost off for a while thinking I would get to the second stack of tshirts that made their way to the craft table after the first round of tshirts were turned into bags...but alas, a couple of tote-bag projects got in the way, and then Girl Scout season started up again, creating a landslide of vests, sashes and patches going under the sewing needle. Sigh.
Use this same idea for making the bags from the tshirts. Lay the shirt out flat. Cut off the sleeves (these will make small bulk bin bags), then from the main part of the shirt you can cut (depending on the size of the shirt and the size you want your bags) 4 sections out by simply dividing it up. For kids size shirts you can only get one bag out of the main body of the shirt. Just cut all the way across under each sleeve. Turn inside out, sew up the cut side and add your drawstring to the hemmed side. Easy peasy.