Its buying the small produce thats annoying.
|To much plastic!!|
What a great idea. So after leaving Pak n Save this afternoon, I headed straight to my sewing room.
|Mutton cloth and cotton twine|
Sew two lines across the width of the cloth at several places on the fabric (fig 1). These will become the sides to each of the bags. Cut between these lines then overlock both sides (fig 2).
Sew two lines across the width (center) of each section then cut between the rows of stitching. Three sides are now sewn and the fourth is a fold. Cut open the side that is on the fold. This edge will not unravel.
Sew on your tie / twine
Ive put my ginger into one bag as an example.
I'm sure you may come up with other ideas. Now to start my production line.