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Bamboo Cutlery Sets


Friends! It's been a while since I last posted on here, but I am listing some awesome new bamboo cutlery sets tomorrow so I wanted to pop back on and give you a quick sneak peek!


This is a product I've been dreaming up for quite some time. When I started my shop a few years back, my goal was to make products that help people move towards a "zero waste" lifestyle. Combing that goal with my love of creating and sewing, I started a small Etsy shop and decided to blog along the way.

Admittedly I got a little distracted over the years (pretty fabrics and zipper pouches, what can I say!), so I'm eager to get back on track and bring you more eco-friendly handmade goods. But have no fear, my zipper pouches are not disappearing!

I'm certainly not a sustainability expert, but my background is in biology and public health and I love brining that knowledge out here. I'm hoping to share more on what I am doing in my own home to make small, eco-friendly changes in addition to my usual sewing-related posts.

All of this to say, I have some really awesome bamboo cutlery sets launching tomorrow! I will be adding more fabric options very soon, so this is just the first batch. Oh and how cool is this: the organic bamboo cutlery is sourced from a fellow Etsy shop owner (CuchiOrganics) that really knows her stuff when it comes to zero waste.


The cutlery set is made of organic bamboo and is treated with a food-safe, non-toxic oil. They measure roughly 7" long and fit snuggly in the carrying case. They are perfect to pack for on the go meals and will undoubtedly help you reduce your single-use plastic consumption.

Let's take a look!




Be sure to check out the shop tomorrow when I release a limited batch in my Etsy shop! What is your favorite print? Let me know in the comments below! I'll be releasing more fabric patterns very soon, so be on the look out!

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  1. I say kitchen knife sets because many households (including my own) have more than one. knife sets kitchen

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