Do you grocery shop with a reusable bag? Here's my dirty secret: I don't. I'm lucky if I get into the store with my purse and 3 children, let alone the 20 bags I'd need to carry out my groceries. But I still want to do my part at reusing those plastic bags from the grocers! Here's how I keep them handy for a million (okay, maybe not that many) different purposes.
I must admit, I have two of these grocery bag holders in my pantry. TWO. And I've made three others for friends and family. Yes, it qualifies as sharable material. I've seen several of these tutorials around the web, but my friend Jess at Craftiness is Not Optional has a very easy to do, high-quality finished product tutorial.
Her tutorial shows how to make a bag with a fat quarter (a half yard in fabric cut in half width-wise), elastic, and a ribbon. If you can sew even a semi-straight line, you can make this too!
Find the full tutorial here.
Material : fabric
Room : Kitchen
Decor Element : accessories