Charnwood Pod say: “We gave bags to the Community Opportunities Team, who work with adults with profound learning disability. They…
Why not use an old bedsheet or curtain to make your own cotton Morsbags and distribute them - each one has the potential to eliminate 100s of plastic bags over its lifetime. They are so easy and fun to make. Just follow these instructions:
Plastic bags in water are serial killers. They are eaten by marine wildlife, which often mistake plastic bags for jellyfish. The fish, whale turtle or bird dies and decomposes around the bag. The bag floats off, ready for its next victim.
...is on the 26th of October
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Feeling competitively creative? Then make a 'celebrity' themed morsbag to be in with a chance of winning a fabulous prize and immense kudos!
With so many fantastic pods out there morsbagging in their own particular way, here's where you can zoom in and see who they are and what they've been up to...
This month, learn more about Butterfly Bags pod!
Sewing unplugged! Tracy is making morsbags with her little old hand crank sewing machine outside the coop in Alsager RIGHT…