Setting a New Standard for Reusable Bags
Baba means Grandma in Ukrainian. In 2019, we started Baba Bags inspired by a reusable bag our Ukrainian grandmother brought from Ukraine to our family in Chicago.
Our goal is to treat our customers, our planet, and Ukraine with the same love, attention and care as baba would.
Say goodbye to single-use plastic bags and hello to Baba Bags! Handmade with love in Ukraine using the finest organic cotton, our bags are not only beautiful but also built to last. In fact, we're so confident in their durability that we offer a lifetime warranty. With a carrying capacity of over 120 pounds, our bags are perfect for everything from grocery runs to beach trips. By choosing Baba Bags, you're helping
to reduce plastic waste. Over the last four years, our customers have saved over 200,000 plastic bags from entering the environment. Join us in making a positive impact, one bag at a time.
Help make a global impact
Our handmade bags are more than just an accessory – they're a statement of your commitment to reducing waste and supporting Ukrainian artisans during wartime. Our bags are crafted with the same resilience and strength as their makers, serving as a symbol of Ukraine’s unwavering light during times of darkness.
Our versatile, handmade bags can serve a multitude of purposes – from spacious beach totes to reliable
lunch carriers, practical gym bags to unique plant holders. With endless possibilities, the only limit is
your imagination! Plus, they're ultra-compact and can easily fit in your pocket or purse, so you can
always have one on hand. Join us in making a difference, one Baba Bag at a time.
These eco-friendly bags are not only durable but you'll feel good knowing the impact you're making on our planet is a positive one!
Support Ukraine during wartime
After the full-scale war broke out in Ukraine, we launched the Baba Bandana as a fundraising product. Our goal was to showcase some of Ukraine's beautiful symbols on a wearable item that people (and pets) could use to demonstrate their support for the country. So far, the bandana has generated $2,000 in proceeds, which we utilized to donate medical supplies to individuals in Ukraine.