Hi all, Only a shortie, it’s been a busy week here in the Smith Word Shed…
Friday morning I got together with my Crafty Group and we made our first batch of Morsbags!
I found a fabulous blue and white throw in the RSPCA charity shop that set me back the princely sum of £1.50!
We turned it into almost 8 washable cotton bags! I say almost, we had 3 others cut and ready to sew, but ran out of time to play…they’re reserved for another day.
We all had a great time, drank copious amounts of tea, poked in the odd ginger biscuit and chunk of chocolate and the all of our creative spirits were exercised!
Continue reading “A Bagging Update”
I came across an incredibly inspirational company last week called Morsbags, with a delightful strapline of ‘Sociable, Guerrilla, Bagging’.
‘What are you on about now, you crazy woman’, I can hear you from here you know!
I’ll tell you, I haven’t felt this excited and sane about a project in a long time…
Perhaps the story is best told by the creator of Morsbags, Claire Morsman.
A young female minke whale was washed up in Normandy France on April 6th (my birthday) in 2002. This was in the contents of her stomach.
- 1 x plastic/aluminium crisp packet
- 2 x English supermarket bags
- 7 x various coloured dustbin bag bits
- 7 x transparent plastic bags
Continue reading “A Very Social Solution to Killing Off the Plastic Bag!”