In opening my new store on Etsy (MooseandWormy), I decided that I would give away all my designs for free on my blog. I am a firm believer in free crafting. Most of us have more skills than cash, and it seems dumb that we all have to reinvent the wheel every time we try to make something new. Silly. So, I give away all my designs for free. May not seem like the best business decision, but it is what I would like to find in a shop, so I do it in mine. (Wish the trend would catch on!)

My newest design is up on my blog! It is a plastic bag holder. You know, even after switching to reusable bags, I still end up with plastic grocery bags. I designed a very cute plastic bag holder/dispenser that holds about 30 plastic grocery bags. It is so cute and puts those bags in an easy location to be reused! You could also use the bag holder for other things. (I filled one with fabric scraps!) It doesn't take much fabric (a fat quarter, plus two 4"x18" strips of contrast fabric.) Enjoy!

And as with all my free designs, you can make it for you, for a gift, or to sell. I just ask that you not take credit for the design. (It'd be nice of you to give me credit for it, but I'm not insistent on that.) And please, share the freeness with others!

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