oisat.org describes how to make fruit bags from newspapers. I can see that working in dry climates, or summer fruit in dry summer areas, such as here. "works well with melon, bitter gourd, mango, guava, star fruit, and banana" "...prevents insect pests, especially fruit flies, from finding and damaging the fruits. The bag provides physical protection from mechanical injuries (scars and scratches) and prevents female flies' laying activities, latex burns, and fungal spots on the fruits. Although laborious, it is cheaper, safer, easier to do, and gives you a more reliable estimate of your projected harvest." They use double layers of the newspapers and sew or stable them to make the bag.
Edit: Adding more articles. In Sicily, in the province of Enna, peaches are bagged in parchment paper bags. The resultant peaches are called "Pesca Settembrina". A farmer came up with the bagging method in the 1960s to save peaches from the Mediterranian Fruit Fly. Also "The pulp firmer and more acidic, due to the slow maturation, make it particularly suitable for the preparation of jams; are excellent in combination with the white meat which give it a special taste."... " The remedy comes a few years later: the parchment paper bag in which the fruits are wrapped 120-150 days before fully ripe peaches protects from pests, from the weather and avoid the excessive use of fertilizers from industrial sources."