Day 30 of Sewvember

Morsbags Sewvember DAY 30 – Ocean Themed bag mini challenge

From the wonderful Tracy “Today is the final day of morsbags Sewvember 2019. It sees us going back to the original catalyst for making morsbags with an optional mini challenge to make a bag with a marine theme.

My offering for today is a plain curtain lining bag with a bit of ink stamping on it.

I’m looking forward to seeing today’s bags, themed or otherwise, but I also want to thank each and everyone who has participated in morsbags sewvember.

I know I’ve really enjoyed seeing the bags you’ve all made with such dedication and creativity – it’s really inspiring.

Remember to update your tallies on and hand these ones out with pride in a job well done.”

A massive well done and huge thank you to you all for being the change 🐳 💓

Day 29 of Sewvember

Morsbags Sewvember DAY 29 – seasonal bag optional mini challenge.

Sewvember 2019 is nearly over, December is so close you can almost taste it! So let’s have a bit of fun with a themed bag that is seasonal to wherever in the world you are.

For our pod – it’s a Christmas themed bag with a cheeky robin to use instead of wrapping paper or perhaps to make the grocery shopping a bit more festive.

Let’s see your bags be the festive, seasonal or just plain useful 🙂



Day 28 of Sewvember

Morsbags Sewvember Mini Challenge DAY 28 – mini morsbag

This was a piece of patchwork that never amounted to anything, a UFO if you will (UnFinished Object).

Now it’s two mini morsbags with a teapot theme ….tiny tea bags?

I fancy a cuppa now ☕️

How are your tiny bags coming along?


Morsbag Origami!

Morsbags Sewvember – morsbag origami

Use your origami superpower to fold your morsbag up into neat package to keep it tidy in your bag/pocket/glove box.

No fancy pockets or straps or extra small bags required!

Thicker bags will do this too, but you might only be able to fold them into 3 after you’ve tucked the handles down.


Manbag Handout on June 16th!

The next coordinated handout is on (UK) Father’s Day on June 16th. Let’s have a manbag extravaganza… Who’s in?

For those of you new to handouts, it’s basically a sewing frenzy for the next coming weeks culminating in giving away the stash of morsbags you’ve made. Ways of setting your morsbags free into the wild could include:

in/outside a local shop/library/cafe/museum
post through letterboxes in your street
bag your local pub/male changing room…

The possibilities are endless.

What will you do to join in? 🧐


With Christmas fast approaching let’s each make a morsbag per day throughout November and let’s get loads of morsbags ready for December 🎄

Who’s in??

#stashbust #morsbagsarebetterthanwrappingpaper #agiftinagift #30daysofsewing

Morsbags @ The Handmade Fair, Hampton Court Palace in September

Morsbags are really looking forward to being at Kirstie Allsopp’s Handmade Fair 14th-16th September at Hampton Court Palace using our 6 brilliant new Janome machines (kindly supplied by Janome) – we’re gathering volunteers to help… are you available?

Please message us at to be at the heart of the crafty action!

Morsbags at The Homemade Fair 11th -13th of May

Look at these beauties all ready to be given away at The Handmade Fair at Ragley Hall 11-13th of May! Morsbags will be there  for 3 days – pop in and say hi!

March morsbagging in numbers…. it’s a whopper!

The amazing Beattie is our resident morsbags number cruncher – and here’s what she found out about the bumper month of March…

4985 morsbags were made world-wide during March.

These pods added morsbags to the tally last month. Is your pod on there?

Transition C POD
Odd Handles
Butterfly Bags
Bude Baggers
Die Nähdamen
The Taylor’s Needle Community
Niffy Bags
So Mrs Bag
Macs Bags
Sally South Bags
Less is Mors
Monty Morsbags
St Nick’s
Paula’s Morsbags for everyone
The old bag
Holsworthy Baggers
Seaside Sisters
The Chickadeez (and friends)
SW Sun Seekers
South East Living Skys
Barrow Baggins
in Stitches
Faire Des Sacs
Daisy Bags
upcycling is fun
Halifax Raggedy Baggers
Meddon Morsbaggers
Morsbag Meisters
Kinderspielstraße Agenda 2030
Kentish Essex Girls
Landford / Nomansland Baggers
Toni Fab Bags
Rejig Bags
Whetstone Whales
Two Doors Studio
Morsbags et non Morsbach
Harborough Hit Bags
cats in the bags
HolySpiritChurch NewLifeBags
Barblin’ Along
Guy’s Marsh Prison
Dar el Ma
Bag for Love
Grayshott Bag
Ditsy bags
Ballypod, Ireland
Barrow Bagging
Pickering Stichers
Duisbags – die Pottnaeher
Suzies @ Plas Dur
Hamblins Habybaggers

So when you’re sewing away, on your own or with a group of friends or family, remember that you’re part of a worldwide movement and that there are others sewing away with you, not necessarily in the same space, but still there and doing their bit too!

Welcome to the 21 new pods:

Camelot Carriers
South East Living Skys
GT Bags
Woolsery Baggers
Daisy Bags
Barrow Baggins
upcycling is fun
Herne Bay Belles
Tropical Totes
Kinderspielstraße Agenda 2030
Canterbury Food Bank
Grayshott Bag
Cathys Pod
HolySpiritChurch NewLifeBags
Ditsy bags
Stitchers Coven

We’re so pleased you joined us!

Interesting snippets from pods last month:

From ‘GlassyBaggers’: “We are a group of stained glass makers and we want to create Morsbags, to offer to our customers, free, instead of plastic bubblewrap.”

Only our second morsbags pod in Singapore!
‘Upcycling is fun’ writes:
“fighting the plastic bag craziness in Singapore – one Morsbag at a time…”

‘Tropical Totes’ writes:
“Taking the Morsbags philosophy to the Costa Tropical, Spain. Trying to share the fun and rewards of recycling fabrics for good use!”

We love seeing the morsbags message spreading to other countries and continents. How do you think April will go? Will you help us smash the 5000-morsbags-made-in-a-month tally?

Happy Easter Morsbaggers!

Make sure you have plenty of rest and chocolate in ready for eggciting morsbag plans after Easter…. things are hotting up hotter than a hot cross bun…