Contains 1kg of rags

Stuck on what to buy that special someone for Christmas? Introducing the all mighty- Rags in a bag. All purpose cotton fabric scraps. Not only are they ultra-absorbent, you can use them for easy cleaning, spillages and staining alike. Feeling creative? Not to worry, these rags are great for craft projects too! The perfect gift for the festive season.

Made in India.

rags in a bag for her & him

For Her, for Him

31 responses to Contains 1kg of rags

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      After a quick glance over the receipt-

      2 @ $6.99

      As to bulk discounts, I never asked, as I forfeited a paint tub for them, due to the extent of laughter they provided upon instant viewing. They have since (purchased 8 days ago) given me the same amount of chuckle, every single morning since. It will be sad to see them go this Christmas!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Really? How come Marissa? A wonderful, most valuable wall mount and or couch pillow; a reflection of society at such a pivotal moment in its development. It would be an honour to receive such enclosed cloth, labelled ever so precisely!

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      It’s up there with the most absurd thing I have seen, so far, in my 25 years of existence.

      • When I take a banal fancying dip into FB I keep stumbling upon shared entries from Australia First who seem to be an anti refugee; let’s all hate Muslims organisation with – from the comments I read – growing support. We have Britain First who do the self same thing. Such organisations are ‘wrong’

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        oh, hilarious. Yes, there were a few photos of myself as A duck I thought may be pushing Muslim boundaries. All abit scary really

  1. The infamous!

    I wish I could get that much for selling a bag of rags in this land I can tell you. I once picked up a bag of rags that someone was throwing out (as I was absorbed in patchwork projects at the time), and stuffed within, was one of the most beautiful wall hangings I’ve ever seen. It was crumpled up into a ball at the bottom, so I ironed it (from the back of course), and then placed it in a frame. It has hung on my wall ever since. If I could add a picture to comments I would do.

    “What ever happened to good old bags of clothes pegs?” – These are the questions that people should be asking! Good to see Mike bringing tho topic up – on a piece of card…the mind boggles. Absolutely boggles.

    – sonmi the peg lady upon the Cloud dressed in glorious rags.

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      How cool is that. I purchased a record the other day (not to play, as I do not have a record player) just for the picture on the front. It had this Photoshop enlargement bag, and inside 2 pictures of this old lady at her home, and next to her car. Super strange. I as you, will frame them, and hang them on the wall.

      The ideal two line conversation starter

      ‘who’s that?’
      ‘I don’t know?’

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