Happy Monday readers!
Today I’m pretty excited to show you what I’ve been up to this weekend.
While browsing the Internet on Friday, I found out about this really cool australian initiative called Boomerang Bags. The goal is to reduce plastic bag usage in supermarkets in Australia, by providing local communities with free fabric bags, preferably made from scrap fabric. People who borrow the bags are then responsible for returning them or continuing to use them.
The Boomerang Bags website has a pattern to make your very own fabric bag and that’s what I did over the weekend.
For the handles, the folding technique seemed very similar to making binding. I thought that I might as well give a go to making my own binding, for my quilted table centre, while I was at it. I have read a lot of great tips over the past few months from many amazing quilting bloggers, and it was actually pretty easy to make binding, I don’t know what I was so afraid of!
Now I’m all ready to finish this table centre and to start something new.
Back to the bag, I’ve tried it out today and it fits all my fruits and veg, now I only need to make a few more to fit the rest of the groceries! 😂
Happy sewing and crafting everyone 😊