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organiser pockets for inside bags from duct tape
It stops all the stuff in your bag to be all jumbled together.
Get your items ready and a willing assistant.
Start by laying 2 strips of Duct Tape out side by side with the sticky side up.
Put a third strip of tape over the middle of the other tapes, but put the tape sticky side down.
Continue to build up strips of tape. This will determine the height of the pocket you are making.
You get a sheet of tape that is like a mat that is not sticky on either side.
Turn over the outer ends to finish off the sheet.
Trim the edges off. (Your assistant may be too young to use sharp scissors)
Put a tape under one side sticky side up.
Bend the mat around into a tube shape and stick it to the other side of the tape.
Bend in the edges of the extra tape to the centre of the tube.
Is it the height that you want? Ask your assistant for advice.
Put your fist in the tube and put strips over the end.
Put tape around the end of the tube to finish of the base.
I suggest putting a little talcum powder in the bottom of the pocket and then shake it out to take away the "stickyness" of the tape at the bottom of the tube.
Watch out when you empty the tube of the talcum powder your assistant is not in the way.
You put the pockets in your bag. It stops all the stuff in your bag to be all jumbled together.