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How to make a duct tape bag by zlyoga How to make a duct tape bag by zlyoga
How to make a duct tape bag:

All of the links lead to images that help make the instructions cleaer.

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Take a piece of duct tape and make it double sided. The double sided piece should be 3x the length of what you want you bag's length to be.

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Think of the piece of duct tape being in thirds. D is the name for the piece on the left, E is the name for the middle part and the part on the right is F. Fold F over E then fold D over that.

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Repeat. The number of times you repeat varies with how wide you want the bag to be. In this example I repeated 4 times.

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Make creases where the folds are then unfold. Tape the pieces of duct tape together as shown.

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Then do the same on the other side

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Make a double sided piece of duct tape that's the length that you want the strap of the bag to be. Connect it as shown in the above picture

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Connect the other side as shown in the picture above and the end of the duct tape pieces, as shown in the picture below.

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Put pieces of duct tape on the sides as shown.

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Fold the duct tape over carefuly to make sure that it sticks properly, then put tape on the outside parts of the connections for the strap. and ta da! you've make a duct tape bag!
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I'm not the best at writing instructions, so if there's a part that's unclear about them, please tell me so I can fix it.









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Pookiman Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009
the links to me are a little confusing but the end is AMAZING great tut

(( maybe you should string the photos together so retarded people like me could understand 8D; ))
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zlyoga Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
This is so old. No way I'll be making an changes to it at this point. Can't be bothered. It was originally formatted for as blog entry that's why it's a bit awkward here.
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Pookiman Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2009
gotcha. well it's a nice bag 8D
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chugglepuff Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2007
This is such a great idea! The end product looks really professional, have you considered making and selling these? You could paint them and do interesting things with them... So many possibilities...
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zlyoga Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
there are too many people out there already selling similar products so it's not worth the trouble of breaking into a market with an idea that has been done already.
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chugglepuff Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2007
Aw, too bad :(
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demo-daze Featured By Owner Jul 23, 2007
Very cool, most I've done was a duct tape wallet.. might give this a shot someday :)
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ravenas Featured By Owner May 3, 2007
And the great thing is, if it breaks, you can duct tape it. All you ever need to make things work is duct tape and wd40.

On a side note, someone I know made a suit of duct-tape. I imagine it was uncomfortable, but it was wicked. :)
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riskkeybusiness Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2007
Awesome bag, I've been looking for instructions on how to make a duct tape bag ^.^ just curious.. is it strong enough to hold books?
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zlyoga Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
yea i used one as a book bag for a year
it needed repairs from time to time but overall held up very well
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