New Tutorial: Reusable Fabric Snack Bags!

***Scroll down so you don’t miss a super fun giveaway!!***

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This new tutorial is super fun and useful! If you’re like me, you’re looking for ways to be less wasteful and to reduce your negative impact on the earth, but let’s be honest. If it is too difficult, you’re not going to do it consistently. Luckily in this tutorial, these reusable snack bags are so simple to make and so useful that you’ll be making them in every variety!

Just turn them inside out, throw them in the wash and they’ll be perfect for their next use! So easy and it will seriously reduce (read: eliminate) the need for plastic snack bags you’re buying and throwing away week after week!

Click on the button to watch the tutorial and find out about all the products Vanessa used!

watch the tutorial


We hope you’ve been enjoying the crochet tutorials that Vanessa has been sharing. There are more to come in the future and we want you to be prepared, so we’ve decided to do a giveaway!! Two lucky winners will each receive a Bundle of Assorted Yarn and $25 MSQC Quilter’s Cash (that’s like store credit to use on anything you like at Missouri Star Quilt Co.)!  Scroll down to enter!

yarn giveawayThe first 2 entries are mandatory, but the next 2 will give you extra entries! Winners will be announced here on September 30th and notified via email. Good luck to everyone who enters!!

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New Tutorial: Reusable Fabric Snack Bags!
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  • Mary Bosker

    Thanks Vanessa….love your videos…your instructions are so easy and you do a wonderful job of showing and explaining them…

  • Chris E

    I have an abusive ex-husband that I don’t want to find me, therefore I do not use facebook. Is there any other way to enter? I am a huge fan and I love your videos! Your lazy pants tutorial is what got me addicted! They were the first sewing project that I completed. Thanks so much for the videos, and if there is no other way to enter, no big deal…I just thought it was worth asking.

  • Sandra Aiken

    I love your tutorials and bought the crafts needed to make the pocketbook tote. I also loved your pillowcase tutorial.

  • Géraldine

    I don’t want to be on any social network, but since I’m french, even if I speak english not too bad, I don’t understand how this works, how to suscribe or how to send you pictures of what I’ve done following your tutorials on YouTube (many little baskets and even 3 more scheduled for this week – end)
    Anyway, I planned to realize some of your tutorials soon. Thank you very much for them and for the good time I already spend watching them.

  • Nia Lorre

    Like fabric, you can never have too much yarn.

    • Missouri Star Quilt Co

      So true!!! <3

  • Ann Witten

    I’ve started crocheting my face scrubbies and, boy, am I rusty! Love the crochet tutorials and can’t wait to see more!! 🙂

  • Connie Wood

    new to knitting and crocheting. Mostly at the dish cloth stage. would love to win the give a way.

  • Lindsay

    Thanks for the tutorial! I had some neat plastic lined fabric meant for making waterproof diaper bags. It works great and after making a double lined bigger one for sandwiches, I modified the bag to make them single. Now I can just turn them inside out and wipe the plastic side to clean. This will help me cut down hugely on wasteful Ziplocs. Thank you!

  • Heather Hatton

    I love these snack bags! However I broke two needles on my first attempt because when I folded it over to sew the last two seems I got caught up in a lot of Bulk. I found that using a leader (like you would in quilting) helped a lot. Also I had to find that sweet spot really close to the edge where there wasn’t as much bulk. Thanks for the tutorial!!