This Organizer is a Super Quick Project and You Can Use Scraps!
Plastic grocery bags are some of the hardest things to store. Stuffed in a cabinet or drawer, they tend to squirm around and pop out when you least expect them to. Yet, they’re handy to have around, so we were delighted to find this charming grocery bag organizer.
This is a super quick project and will provide good-looking storage for those pesky grocery bags. Hang it in a corner of the kitchen, laundry room or anywhere handy. You can have this made up in an hour or two, or even less if you’re a quick stitcher.
Dig into your stash and find fat eighths or 18″ long scraps. Vary the width of each strip for a free-form look (see the photo below) or follow the instructions to create more symmetrical piecing like in the holder shown above. A bit of elastic is used to pull the bottom of the holder together.
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