Make Your Own Travel Teabags

If you prefer loose tea and an infuser over the bagged varieties, you don't have to settle for lesser quality when you travel. Make your own reusable travel teabags to take single servings of your favourite loose-leaf brew wherever you go.

It only takes two things to make your own teabags: a few 4" x 3" pieces of loosely woven muslin and a some 12" lengths of cotton string. Hit up the post put together by the creative smarties at Craft Leftovers for exact directions on how to sew the muslin into a tiny bag, then fill it with tea and stash it in your bag or purse.

The next time you're out and about, all you need is a mug of hot water and you can kick back with your favourite beverage.

Pinch of Tea! [Craft Leftovers]


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    The problem arises when you go overseas and they question the leafy substance found in a bag in your luggage.........if you don't want an extended stay....suffer the shop bought ones...

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