The beach season is almost opened, and in some places it’s already on, and I bet that you have already prepared all your accessories and things: a beach tote, some towels, sunglasses and of course swimming suits. But after swimming and splashing in the water the bathing suit turns wet and sometimes you don’t have time to dry it and you have to carry a wet swimsuit home. The only way not to spoil other things in your tote and the tote itself is to put the swimsuit into a waterproof bag or tote. Today I’d like to share some tutorials for such bags to save your things from getting wet.
This wet bag is made of laminated cotton, which means that other things in your beach tote won’t be damaged. Interested? Then read the full tutorial to make one!
Whether you’ve spent the day at the pool and want to keep your damp swimsuits from getting everything wet, or you’ve just worked out and need to keep clothing separated, this wet bag can hold all your gear and keep it contained so the rest of your items stay dry and smelling fresh! This swimsuit wet bag features a handy clip so you can attach it to a tote or beach bag or make a matching strap to use as a stand-alone piece!
This handy little bag is lined with plastic vinyl inside to contain all that water and wet stuff. Just zip it close and carry it home. Simple. This bag is also perfect for all those parents currently potty training. When your little one has an accident you can just slip the messy pants into a wet bag and no worries. The best part is that you can clean the inside of the bag with Lysol or any cleaner.
Ok, so you are coming home from a great day at the pool and you do not get around to cleaning out the swim bag until later in the evening… and everything is wet from the wet swimsuits thrown in your pool bag. How often does this happen to you? If you know how to make a simple zippered pouch, you can solve this problem. Read this tutorial to make one of vinyl webbing.
Make this cute wet bathing suit bag so that your wet suit will be crammed into at the last minute and will not make a mess inside of your suitcase! Want to avoid this tragedy? Here’s how to make your own two sided wet bathing suit bag.
Wet bags are useful for any time you want to transport something wet or damp without it soaking everything or everyone near it: cloth diapers, potty training accidents, bathing suits, laundry, etc. The best part, besides keeping wet stuff contained, is how they can be tossed in the wash with the contents, which makes cleaning them a breeze. Make this patterned bag easily and go use it as you want!
These small-but-fabulous, waterproof, wristlet-style bikini bags are ideal for going to the beach. They are the perfect solution to the classic summertime wet-bikini-in-your-beach-bag problem. You see, these little zipper pouches are lined with oilcloth, to keep the wet stuff away from the not-so-wet-stuff. So no more waterlogged paperbacks/e-reader in your beach bag!
The craft project is perfect for your next trip to the beach. Transform a ferocious shark into a friendly helper with this easy DIY swim suit bag. After you cover your bag and shark with fabric Mod Podge, you can grab your suit (and bag) and head to the beach – just be sure to watch out for those real sharks!
These bags can have many uses – great for trash in the car, soiled clothes from preschool or daycare, wet diapers, etc. This bag is finished with a drawstring closure at the top, but you could just as easily use a strip of sewn on Velcro.