Grain Sack Bag Organizer

Often I will see something on Pinterest or on another blog that I save so I can make it myself one day.

Grain Sack Bag Organizer

This grain sack organizer is one of those projects. 

I saw one I loved made by Angie at Knick of Time. 

Grain Sack Bag Organizer with wooden spoons

Angie from Knick of Time created gorgeous Grain Sack Pockets on Barn Wood and inspired me to try this project for myself. 

I loved her project and I saved it, today I'm making my own. 

I found the perfect wood on the side of the road on my way to work.

I love it when that happens! The length and width of this thick plywood was perfect for this project!

I stained the wood using a dark Kona colored water based stain.

My grain sacks are made from Vardagen napkins I found at IKEA. 

I cut the napkins in half and hand sewed the napkins into a pocket. 

Grain Sack Bag with wooden spoon

I inserted small grommets to the back of the pocket so I could screw it to the board and remove the sacks to clean them if necessary without damaging the fabric.

Grain Sack Bag with wooden spoons

I added a chalkboard pig to the top of the board for decoration because a little farmhouse bling never hurts. 

This is an easy project that looks great in the kitchen holding cooking tools or in an office holding important papers. 

Grain Sack Bag Organizer with wooden spoons, a pig and an overlay

Thanks Angie you are a creative genius and I for one am constantly inspired!

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .