As you know, I'm in process of learning various printing techniques and you can see my progress on these bags. So far, I've been working on making stencils and stamps, but I'm looking forward to screen printing in the [hopefully] near future. I admit to being a little scared about moving into the realm of screen printing. For some reason, it seems big and complicated, but I don't know what I'm basing that on.
You saw these bags in their unfinished state in an earlier post before they even looked like bags, but now they're mostly finished. I still have to add the string to the tops to actually make them drawstring bags.
I've been making these bags for years because I love them. I love their high versatility factor and I love making them in different fabrics and sizes.
Here are some ways in which you can use them:
1. to store your rings and other jewelry that you wear (and don't wear).
2. in the kitchen to hold onions, garlic, apples, herbs, etc.
7. a really cool idea is to group several of them together and hang them on the wall or back of the door in the kids room to quickly and efficiently hold/hide small and lightweight toys and bric a brac.