This must be my lucky day?
All I had to do was ask this time and....BAM! New Product?
I also keep a couple of grocery bags handy when traveling for a couple of days and use one for laundry.
However, that method has not worked very well for a week in an area without an immediate laundry facility.
It was totally inadequate, when spending a month or more, on assignment, even in laundry equipped dwellings.
The proverbial plastic grocery bags,are hard to beat, cost wise, but are very awkward to use as your laundry items seem to want to escape from them,
I have used a Smart Alec sided fabric hamper, which is fine for bringing back clean small garments which don't mind wrinkles, it protect them in the sparse drawers provided for storage.
But laundry and packing always need sorting and until today's Travel Stuff Sacks' introduction, I seriously considered placing a Large Yarn Stuff Sacks order for that purpose.
Large Stuff Sacks are needed in the yarn wrangling department so having the Travel Stuff Sacks just foro travel organization is great.
I always take a little needlework projects even on errants day and of course on travel, the Yarn Stuff Sack is great for that but the oval shape of the Travel Stuff Sacks is complete genius for great fit into any bag.
The Travel Stuff Sacks beauty shots are lovely, where is the gorgeous background?
I know, I am, we are completely spoiled by Darcy's great composition and items presentation. :)
Would it be possible to add the picture of a familiar object like a CD case, a paperback book or a map next to each size of the Travel Stuff Sacks?
Backpack, I concur with your grocery bag assessment, it just doesn't bother me that much.
I will confess at the end of long trips when there are laundry facilities available I wash everything so I don't have to do laundry when I get home. Does this make me a special kind of crazy?
So any laundry has to be done the evening before departure usually there is simply no time or I am too tired, I usually have to do laundry the day of arrival or a days later, if I am very jet lagged.
I use different containment methods for dirty laundry, depending on which bag I am using, but I always re-fold or roll all soiled items before packing them. Just cramming them in always results in a packing crisis for me, usually one of the "why won't this zipper close any more?" variety!