I've made seven of these bags, which is amazing as I tend to have a hard time making a second of anything. The pattern is by Michelle Patterns and is easy to follow, even for beginners. The grocery bags are lined, reversible, have reinforced seams and are washable. Way better than a plastic shopping bag that may or may not have holes in the bottom! I first saw this apple print in the Hawthorne Threads newsletter; it's Chicken in the Kitchen by Alexander Henry.
For these three bags I used Fruit Stand by Jane Farnham for Camelot Fabrics. I'd originally planned on making a table runner out of it, but I think it works better for shopping at the farmer's market.
The last two use apple fabric from my pre-washed stash; the green striped handles remind me of watermelon. I may not make any more of these for a while, but now I can pretty much do them in my sleep. The pattern comes with three sizes of bags and all of these are large. I bet the small would be super cute. . .