It's probably just as well I have only about a quarter of a sack of this print, because owning a whole sack of this much wonderfulness might be overwhelming. No wonder so little of it was left. Would you let this print go unused? I'm picturing little pajamas. Two-piece ones, with a shirt that buttoned. With red buttons. Or, obviously, a quilt.
(Part of a series of quick posts just for those of us obsessed with feedsack, created in hopes of documenting feedsack patterns. If you're new here: 1. Don't feel as if you have to comment. It's hard to say 'that's really pretty!' 100 times! But if you want to comment, I'd love to hear from you! 2. All of the fabrics I show here will be confirmed as feedsack - if I'm not sure, I won't show it here. I don't want to add to the confusion between feedsack and other vintage fabrics. 3. I don't want to use this as a sales tool. If you're wondering whether a piece is for sale, check my Etsy shop. In some cases, the pieces might be ones that have already sold or aren't for sale. 4. And finally - I plan to post new photos once or twice a week, until it seems like this series has run its course. 5. Thanks for visiting!)