Thrifted ethnic fabric or blanket.
Weldit all-purpose adhesive
Step 1: Cut a piece of fabric that is about 1 1/2-2 inches bigger than the surface area of the bag you want to cover.
Step 2: Fold over the edge of the fabric that is going to be the base of your bag about 1/2 of an inch and iron it down flat.
Step 3: Add glue to the hem and bring the hem right up against the base of the bag’s seam and press down.
Step 4: Do this all the way along the base of the bag and add clothespins along the way to seal the fabric to the bag fabric.
Step 5: Fold the fabric down good-side to good-side, and add a big several inch zig zag strip of glue ont he bag and pull the fabric back over it and press down.
Step 6: Repeat until the bag is covered.
Step 7: Repeat until that section of the bag is covered.
Step 10: Repeat until the bag is covered.
I covered boots in a similar way.
For the boots I sewed the the fabric after ironing it creating an even cleaner hem to work with since these are boots I will wear. Then wrap and glue your fabric to the boot.
Fold, tuck, and glue the perimeter of the base of the boot in the same way you finished the bag edges.
Cut off any excess fabric, let dry for 24 hours then rock your boots all fall and winter long.