I'm spending this three-day weekend on war prep, which, among other things, includes replacing a couple of the modern bags that I use around camp. Neither bag is period in style; but at least they're not, you know, plastic. One day I'd love to have an encampment that is 100% period, but for now, I'm getting rid of modern items where I can, a piece or two at at time.
Ikea's iconic, blue shopping bag is perfect for carrying all of my camp bedding, but it isn't deep enough to accommodate a pillow, and it's kind of screamingly Ikea.
I copied the pattern, and added 4" of height to the side pieces.
This one's just a large tote bag, with a box-bottom and a long strap. I plan on using this to store/carry all of the table dressing things I made for Caerleon, as well as the flags I made for the campsite fence line.
Both bags are made of the cotton canvas from the cover I made for my old EZ-Up pavilion, back in 2013 - the frame broke long ago and couldn't be repaired, and the cover has just been sitting around all this time.