Feed Bags: The Eco-friendly, Reusable Bulk Food or Snack Bags

comments (8) September 7th, 2008 in gallery     

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Homemade!
The see-through window allows you to see just what goodies you have inside!

Do you buy organic? Use reusable grocery bags? Care about the earth? Well...then why use plastic bags for produce and bulk-food products?

The answer is Go Girl Green!'s new feed bags. These bags are built strong and made to be used time and time again to help make the earth a greener place. They feature a flat bottom, so your bags can stand upright whether your just using to transport bulk item to/from home, or if you want to store them directly in the cupboard in the bag. The wide mouth allows them to be easily filled. The unique feature of this bag is the clear window, allowing the product inside to be easily recognizable.

The bag can double as a snack bag, and is sure to get you attention! So go ahead and get good Karma... protecting the earth can in return yield us with better and cleaner products.

GO GREEN!


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Feed Bags
posted in: gallery, green, recycle, bag, fun, cotton, eco friendly, organic, snack bag, bulk bag

Comments (8)

mollmal writes: These are so cute! I didn't find you on Etsy. Are you selling them? And I would also love to know if you have your pattern available. My dry goods could use some dressing up :)
Posted: 1:45 pm on September 21st
1craftychic writes: I love the see-thru window in the bags. Do you offer the pattern to make these? I definitely would like to make some for my family. Please message me back at 1craftychic@gmail.com. Thank you :)
Posted: 2:19 pm on June 4th
KittyF writes: I think I'd like to use a tulle bag to bring home produce. Lightweight so I'm not paying for the weight of the bag. alternatively, I'd like to get ahold of some of the thin strong fabric they use to line handbags. Wonder where we could get that from? LOL Kitty
Posted: 12:17 am on August 27th
tmckay writes: These are wonderful! Are you willing to share your pattern?
Posted: 1:55 pm on June 13th
RubyKitty writes: These look so useful and handsome too. I'm definately going to try making some.
Posted: 2:02 pm on November 10th
trixichk writes: I noticed you didn't list instructions on how to make. Is your pattern available to the public at all?
Posted: 4:32 pm on September 12th
Ninnycat writes: Brilliant. Well done! Not only are they practical and eco-friendly, but they are aesthetically pleasing, which give them about 70 cool point in my book. :)
Posted: 8:54 pm on September 11th
TheArtfulDogger writes: This is a great idea! I'm going to try to make my own bag to use for buying produce. Thanks for caring about the environment and doing something to save it!
:)
Posted: 12:27 am on September 8th
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