Sew, Mama, Sew! is hosting a giveaway day! I am participating by giving away two morsbags (fabric shopping bags) to two lucky winners. If you want to make your own bags, there is a free pattern here.
I used a beautiful thrifted sheet to make the bags. I found this huge (queen or king) tan and ivory/white-striped bedsheet at Goodwill for 99 cents. I love the fabric so much I'm going to make myself some new kitchen accessories with some of it.
To be entered to win, just leave a comment on this post about one environmentally friendly thing you do--no matter how small it may seem. I will use random.org to choose two random winners from all comments left by 12 midnight CST on Sunday, December 6, 2009. I will ship the items by December 12, and I will ship internationally. Thanks for participating!
I love my reusable bags! Thanks for the chance :)ReplyDelete
We recycle of course and I LOVE my fabric shopping bags. Thanks for this great giveaway!ReplyDelete
The bag is amazing...love the fabricReplyDelete
A nice simple bag! Thanks for doing the giveaway!ReplyDelete
Thanks for participating in an eco-friendly way! I also use reusable grocery bags to cut down on the number of plastic bags blowing around and being made. We try to conserve as much as possible by using recycled products, composting, reusing... it's always good to see others doing it, too!ReplyDelete
We exclusively cloth diaper to be environmentally friendly !ReplyDelete
I try to use reusable bags when I shop (although I have forgotten them sometimes). Yours are so cute! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
That IS great fabric!ReplyDelete
These bags look great! Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
this bag is great, I never have enough fabric bags....ReplyDelete
I love to use old items to make new things! And you can never have enough cloth bags on hand...ReplyDelete
i compost everything!! well everything that's compostable!!!
I'm using the "No-poo" method of washing my hair- baking soda+ water and an apple cider rinse... I love it!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Thanks for the opportunity. Composting is our way of helping out.ReplyDelete
I love reusable bags! Thanks for the opportunity to win some!ReplyDelete
I recycle everything I can. My husband thinks I'm a little obsessive about it. I also try to compost as much as possible.ReplyDelete
I use cloth products instead of cotton balls, paper towels and napkins.ReplyDelete
I would love to carry some attractive reuseable bags for a change!ReplyDelete
I wash and reuse plastic ziplock bags till they spring a leak or look dreadful. I do other things like keep the nylon bags oranges and onions come in to scrub pots, pans and our farm eggs (different one for each purpose rest assured!)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway - I love resuable bags, and I've decided there's no such thing as too many!ReplyDelete
I recycle, I try to reuse. And I keep trying to garden (local eating is environmentally friendly!).
I always "try" to use reusable bags, and I've even convinced hubby to do some recycling *gasp*!ReplyDelete
I teach my preschoolers to turn off lights and recycle paperReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by my giveaway and sharing the tutorials! I always bring bags to the store and use fabric napkins. Thanks for your giveaway!ReplyDelete
I recycle, love to repurpose things and use cloth instead of plastic. Thanks for the great giveaway!ReplyDelete
These are delightful, and thanks for sharing a tutorial link!ReplyDelete
We try to be green by driving very little and biking or walking to work and the store, etc. Oh, we try in so many ways, and I hope our efforts help!
We recycle paper, cardboard from food packages, glass and tins and put our food scraps in the compost bin.ReplyDelete
Great bags! I love them!ReplyDelete
I'd say the greenest thing we do is consuming very little. We rarely buy things, and when we do, we try to buy used. I also make as much stuff as possible, to keep from buying things.
I always bring my bags to the grocerie store and I recycle everything and try not to buy useless things.ReplyDelete
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thanks for hosting the giveaway! i recently started to use water filter instead of buying bottled water.ReplyDelete
We do use reusable bags here. One thing I did when my son outgrew his receiving blankets was cut them into smaller squares and use them instead of paper towels.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway!
I recycle. And I've been buying all our clothes at thrift stores and rummage sales--cheap, reusing goods and I LOVE the hunt!ReplyDelete