New Video and Tutorial: DIY Reusable Grocery Bags From Pet Food Sacks


You guys! It’s coming…

You know, that time when the single-use plastic bags will no longer be a part of our lives. As a matter of fact, when visiting the coast, we found out that Newport, Oregon has already implemented the ban.

On one hand, I’m going to miss using them for my bathroom garbage can and to store my returnable bottles and cans. But seriously! How many of these things do we need?!!?

If you’ve been looking for a creative way to get closer to your zero-waste goals, look no further than your empty dog and cat food bags. Instead of throwing these little gems into the landfill, use them to create your own cute reusable grocery bags. And since more and more states are jumping on the bandwagon to ban single-use plastic grocery bags, we’re all going to need to be more prepared and show up at the grocery store armed with our own bags. Why not be stylish and responsible? Double reuse score!

Click here for the step-by-step instructions.

Happy Getting Closer to Your Zero Waste Goals Day!

For more sewing, refashioning, and reusing inspiration and tutorials, click here.

Sending creative vibes your way!

Beth

About The Renegade Seamstress

I'm a busy wife, mom, grandma, and teacher who loves to create. I've joined the refashion scene and I 'd like to share and connect with all those talented and creative people out there doing similar things.
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8 Responses to New Video and Tutorial: DIY Reusable Grocery Bags From Pet Food Sacks

  1. Janis says:

    How do you get the cat food odor out of them?

  2. Beth, I love this! Shared it on my personal FB page as well as my community page — I may not comment each time ypu post — I always read and am still fascinated by your talent!

  3. Deborah Likens says:

    I have attempted this numerois times. At one time I was going to make everyone in the family one and had My shed full of their empty bags! I have up haha but now I can follow the instructions. I am an instruction sewing kind of gal! Thanks!

  4. Eliz~ says:

    Wow! This is cool! But I am going to use my dog’s 33 lb sized empty bags and make tarps! We summer in the north woods. And the sun just eats up the tarps we put up over our tent to protect it. That is very $$ The bags are free and the bag material should hold up a whole summer. And I won’t spend a penny! I will tape them together (opened) to whatever size I like! Fantastic idea! THANK YOU!

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