Organic Cotton Reusable Gift Bag
Much of the waste produced during the holiday season is unrecyclable wrapping paper, tape, ribbon, tissue paper, and gift bags. Avoid all the waste this holiday season with our handmade, organic cotton reusable gift bags. Keep them in the family to reuse over and over again each year, or make it part of the gift to a loved one.
Even better, these bags are great for reuse as a produce or bulk bag!
What's so great about the fabric?
We're a bit obsessed with these fabrics, but not just because they're oh-so-adorable (which they are, clearly 😍), but because they're sustainable and support independent artists.
Sustainability: Traditional fabric production takes more than 50 gallons of water to produce 5 yards of fabric. Our vendor prints their fabrics with a process that uses less than one thimble-full of water to produce the same amount. The inks are chemical-free, everything is printed-to-order so there is no excess wasted fabric, and any unprinted fabric pieces are fully repurposed and never sent to landfill. And to top it all off, all fabric is printed right here in the United States, reducing carbon emissions with transportation.
Beyond printing the fabric, organic cotton itself is a more sustainable option compared to traditional cotton. Organic cotton production avoids harmful chemicals, uses less water, and produces about 40% less carbon emissions than conventional cotton.
Supporting Independent Artists: Each fabric was designed by an independent artist, who received a commission for their work when we purchased the fabric.
Approximately 13" tall by 12" wide
All bags are handmade with the intent to reduce fabric waste as much as possible. As such, dimensions may vary slightly between bags.
Organic cotton knit fabric, cotton drawstring, cotton thread
These bags can be machine washed. We recommend washing in a mesh laundry bag on a cold setting to extend their life. Hang dry for longest life.
End of Life
These bags should last you many, many years to come with proper care. When they reach the end of their life, they can be cut up and backyard composted.