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Put fabric scraps to good use, with this beginners sewing project from Selkie Patterns

Don’t buy plastic bags or clingfilm – not only are these disposable materials disastrous for the planet, but they fall apart, they’re not cost-effective, and they look outright ugly. Instead, make your own practical origami-style bag to pop your lunch in, take with you to the shops, or use as a small storage bag in your kitchen. Get creative with different fabrics and textures, as well as with the intended uses for your bag. Why not give your potatoes a fancy home in your kitchen? Or, maybe you could have it as an overnight bag for your cosmetics? Use your imagination, and the possibilities are endless. This project is perfect for people that are new to sewing, as it doesn’t require too many steps, but it’s also great for those that already sew and have amassed fabric scraps over the years.

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