Morsbags: Sewing to Save Our Planet
Did you know that over 1 million plastic shopping bags are consumed every 60 seconds all around the globe? Not only do the bags often end up littered along the side of the road (I see them stuck in bushes and in trees all the time), but sometimes the bags can cause great harm to wildlife. Take matters into your own hands by making quick, reusable grocery bags out of scraps of fabrics or old fat quarters you have in your stash - after all, this pattern takes less than an hour to stitch together. Get the free Morsbag pattern from the “Make One” tab at morsbags.com, and learn what you can do to help!
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