Laminate plastic tablecloth type fabric (not designer, I'm not made of money, it is a bin), cheapy black poly-cotton, a few hours of swearing and a recycling bin is born.
The laminate is on the inside for easy wipe-cleaning and I stitched up the four sides to try to give it structure as I'd failed to interface it. That didn't work, but it's fine when it's full. The swearing was not down to sewing with laminate, that wasn't a problem. It was down to my inability to do the most basic of maths. The first one turned out very wide and very short, that got unpicked, the second was too thin and too tall, that got thrown in a corner.
Now, we all have hay all over our kitchen floor don't we? Also in our hair and all over our clothes, but there's nothing I can do about that. But the kitchen floor annoys me. I sweep, 2 seconds later it's covered in hay again. Something needed to be done. Where's that tall, skinny failure of a recycling bag?
Ta dah! This has the laminate on the outside as it gets taken outside and put on the floor so the outer needs to be wipe-clean rather than the inside. It's lined with the black polycotton. The hanging tag is so I can hang it on the door, once I've sorted out a second set of hooks.
The perfect solution for everyone's spilt hay issues. Feel free to copy as I hate to think of you all sitting there with your hay-covered kitchens.
I can't believe I nearly forgot! This is also my second 2014 FAL Q3 finish for the quarter! Yay me.
See my goal setting post here.