Another step closer to green
As time to goes on, I continue to find new ways to live a 'greener' life. Reducing waste, reusing things that can be reused for different functions, and so on.
I got coordinating fabrics and nylon for the lining. I made an 8"x8" pattern for the front and a 8"x8" with flap pattern for the back. I grabbed my handy dandy rotary cutter and cut out all the pieces in no time flat.
Then I stacked the pieces together and stitched them up. Each lined with the nylon for moister resistance for even the juiciest sandwhiches or tomatoes waiting for their future salad.
After I got them seamed and topstitched, I used heat set velco for the closure.
These are totally washable and can be used for anything we would normally put in a plastic baggie and toss in the fridge.
It is a small effort to stop using those little plastic bags, but it makes a big impact on the earth. I love these little things!