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Reusable Produce Bags

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Author Bee Wise Goods
Price $3.00
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by L. Lizza
on June 3rd, 2013

“I like the concept, I think for a beginner sewer it might be a little confusing, since you can't get fabric the width suggested in the pattern.
But they are worth making for gifts.”

Easy to make, easy to give and wonderful to use for your produce, dry goods and meats. Cut down on your use of plastic bags by using the Bee Wise Reusable Produce and Butcher Bags.

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All Rights Reserved. Bee Wise Goods & Gabrielle Krake. 2009

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Muslin, cording and thread.

by L. Lizza
on June 3rd, 2013

I like the concept, I think for a beginner sewer it might be a little confusing, since you can't get fabric the width suggested in the pattern.
But they are worth making for gifts.

by Orme, Janet
on January 4th, 2012

Great ideas and similar to those my pioneer ancestors made.

by Emily J
on August 1st, 2001

I have been making these bags since the 1970's and still have a few i made way back then. My daughters have grown up using them and still ask for them to give as gifts or for themselves mulsin is the fabrice of choice as it washes well and holds up great I mark the ones for meat as I dont like to cross contaminate I also use them for tons of other thing like yarn and seprating sewing projects

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