Stawell 502 Primary School students have constructed environmentally friendly bags.
Repurposing old tshirts, the eco-ninja students have been learning crafting skills such as sewing and cutting in their bid to help the environment.
Turning tshirts and tops into reusable bags, the students have each designed and handcrafted their project.
Grade three teacher Lisa Fleming said she hoped the bags could be sold at the end of term expo.
"We're going to hold an auction and hopefully we can raise a bit of money so we can keep running the sustainability projects," she said.
"We're also hoping to get them into the local supermarkets where people can use them instead of shopping bags.
"It's a small thing at the moment but we want to grow the project and get people of Stawell using the bags as a way to help the environment."
Ms Fleming said the school would welcome donations of craft supplies and old tshirts and tops for the project.
Grade four student Lily said she had fun making the bags.
"Cutting was hard because you have to cut through the material," she said.
"This was my favourite project to do and it's our first year of being eco-ninjas.
"It took about a week to make my bag. Most of ours are finished and we're going to have a fashion parade and see who wants to buy them."
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