Your larger items will fit in the side compartments and by sliding the folded pleat on the sides toward the center you can give your next compartment more room.
Next I turned my catfood bag and sewed lengthwise up to the cut. Then turn it back and sew across just above the cut. Repeat for each row. Slip a hanger in the top and sew it in. You could reinforce your horizontal seams with seam binding if you are putting heavy items in it.
By Ann Winberg from Loup City, NE
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Today I used the duraweave bag from the Purina Cat Chow to make a recycled organizer. I love reusing things!
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