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Reusable products are becoming the new in thing, from cloth diapers to sandwich bags! Everyone is trying to lower his or her carbon footprints and save a little money along the way.  A local Pittsburgh mom is here to help, with her eco-friendly fabric store FabricBunches.

Checkout this small business, FabricBunches, started by this Pittsburgh mom Jen! The business started when Jen was going on maternity leave three years ago and has been growing ever since.  FabricBunches sells on Etsy, items are pre-made and are ready to go out the door whenever you order or you can also place a custom order.  Looking for a set of mustache reusable towels for your new kitchen, she can do it.

Not only is FabricBunches on Etsy, but also at local vendor shows.  FabricBunches was at the Steel City Pizza Fest and Vegan Fest, two events Buzz N The Burgh attended!

Here is a list of items that FabricBunches Sells:

Reusable Paper Towels
Reusable Snack/Sandwich Bags, with and without handles
Cloth Wipes/Napkins
Toy Leashes
Reusable Placemats
Pail Liners
Wet Bags

Need some a little bit more of a reason to make the switch, head over to BabyKrompholz.com to hear some interesting statistics.

Use coupon code Buzz15 to receive 15% off your next order, good until the end of June! Etsy.com/shop/FabricBunches.

Don’t forget to share your purchase(s) with Buzz N The Burgh on Instagram with hashtags #BuzzNTheBurgh & #FabricBunches.

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