I love Ashley's blog here, Make it and Love It.. I would love to do about a trillion of her ideas. However, this one went to the top of the list because it was practical, I actually thought I could do it, and it was cheap!
I modified this a bit, primarily because I couldn't find cool mesh fabric like she had. So, I used a cheap, more flimsy version... its sort of a tulle and it was only $1.29/yard at Jo-Ann's. I also already had some fish ribbon on hand.
I followed her tutorial, except I folded my fabric in half and then just sewed up the sides to make a bag. My fabric did not already have a finished edge like hers. I actually just left the top raw, I figured it probably didn't matter. My intent for this bag is that it will stay hanging up, so hopefully it won't get too much wear and tear. We'll see :) I did turn it inside out, then sewed on the fish ribbon trim, then sewed on two loops just like she did. My shower has a towel rack in it, so I just used more ribbon to tie on the bag. So easy! I love it.
I finished this in one naptime - less than an hour actually, and it cost me less than $1.29, seeing as how I had the ribbon and fabric on hand and I didn't even use the whole yard of fabric that I purchased.
(And yes, I went the lazy way and used the brown thread I already had in my sewing machine. I know yellow or white would have been cuter. I also still have some threads to trim, and sorry, I used our cheapy camera for the pic. I was in a hurry, S was going to wake up!!) Oh, and I'm linking this to Frugal Friday, where I LOVE to get ideas!!