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Pattern Reviews> Other> Sew & Stow (Keeper-Fresh Veggie Bag)

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Reviewed by:Darla in PA
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Posted on:9/10/09 12:19 PM


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RLL said...
What a great idea. Let us know how they are working out for you please.
9/10/09 12:33 PM
Leora said...
Wouldn't you pay more if weighing your veggies in these instead of plastic? I like the idea otherwise, for refrigerator storage.
9/10/09 2:33 PM
Darla in PA said...
Leora, that is a good question. The batiste hardly weighs anything but I will check and find out. The large bag weighs 25 grams (just under an ounce) and the small bags weight 13 grams (1/2 ounce). A small plastic bag from the produce department weighs 4 grams (1/8 ounce). Sorry, I don't have any of the large plastic bags available to check the weight.
9/11/09 9:07 AM
 
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