Detroit activist turns old potato chip bags into sleeping bags for the homeless

Eradajere Oleita is collecting chip bags to help the homeless in Detroit.
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(CNN)It starts with a pile of used potato chip bags and ends with desperately needed sleeping bags to help Detroit's homeless face the brutal winter.

Environmental activist Eradajere Oleita told CNN how she works her magic. "The process is simple: collect bags, cut them open, iron them and then line with plastic."
The idea came from an online video of a woman in England who fashioned sleeping bags from empty snack pouches.
Oleita got the idea from an activist in England.