Tool Tote

Materials needed:
Large plastic bottle,
felt or fun foam,
yarn or lacing,
and scissors.

Cut the top and part of the side of the bottle with the scissors. Make sure to leave the handle
for easier carrying. For a pocket on the side cut a strip of felt or foam long enough to go around
the bottle leaving a small gap. Cut the strip about 4” wide. Fold the strip in half and punch holes
through both layers at each end. Wrap the pocket, folded edge down, around the bottle. Lace the
yarn, or lacing, through the holes to secure the pocket to the bottle. Fill the bottle/bucket with
garden tools or mechanic’s tools.

References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2008

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