DIY Reusable Plastic Baggies

By: Hannah Wareham from
Updated July 05, 2019
DIY Reusable Plastic Baggies
DIY Reusable Plastic Baggies

"I got tired of washing out used Ziploc baggies (and very tired of buying and throwing them away) so I decided to make four of my own. Food-grade plastic, cut without measuring, folded in a fluster, and sewn on each side. Added: sticky velcro tabs leftover from a family quiet book I made for my son. Easily washed and toted around.  Since buying the supplies, I read something about how there's no good plastic, but reusable must at least be better than single use. Right? Well. My next baggies will be fabric, I promise. "

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • Food-safe plastic
  • Sticky Velcro tabs
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