Bulk Bags Giveaway with Stitchology


Look around my house, and you'll find cotton bulk bags pretty much everywhere. I originally purchased mine for zero waste grocery shopping, and that's still the main way that I use them. But I also find them helpful for holding my current knitting project, carrying home apple cores and orange peels from work to compost, making a little zero waste travel kit with a napkin and fork, and packing snacks on the go.

I was excited when Kimberly from Stitchology reached out to offer a set of cotton bulk bags from her shop to a reader of mine. In addition to the cotton bags pictured above, she also sells reusable snack bags, cloth coffee cup cozies, and other helpful cloth kitchen gear for a zero waste home. She packages orders in compostable / recyclable cardboard, with recyclable paper tape, too.

On offer in this giveaway is Stitchology's zero waste shopping kit, pictured here. It features three large drawstring produce bags, three medium drawstring produce/bulk bags, and three smaller drawstring bags for herbs, spices, or anything you use in smaller quantities, plus a washable crayon for recording PLUs. Each bag comes pre-stamped with its tare weight, saving you a step at the grocery store!

To enter, all you need to do is leave a comment below! You can just say hi, or if you'd like I'd love to hear the most creative way you've found to use bags like these. Be sure to include your email address when logging in, so that I know how to reach you if you win. One winner will be drawn at random and contacted privately. Sorry, but this is only open to readers in the United States, Canada, or Mexico. Giveaway closes Wednesday, March 1st at midnight. Best of luck to you!

If you're new to zero waste grocery shopping, here's what I pack for a zero waste grocery run, and a little primer on how to shop in bulk.

This giveaway is now closed. Thank you all for your entries and comments; I loved reading them. The winner has been selected at random and notified - congrats, Shannon!