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May 17, 2012

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Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

Good grief, you must be living smack dab right in the center of feedsack country! I never see the stuff here. NEVER! Hey, don't spend too much time at the ironing board. It's a known fact that your hand will get stuck in that position, and you will end up with Iron Claw!

Brenda Weed

I just love feedsacks too and one evening I came home from an auction with about 110 sacks....such fun! I love your up close pics that you posted today. I have a little mini-pattern that I sell for $2.75 that is designed just for red/white and blue feedsacks. I had it on my blog in October of last year, or it's for sale on my etsy shop. I think I have your email address, maybe I'll try and send a picture. You are a LUCKY GIRL..me too!

Brenda...the Farmer's Dotter

Brenda Kula-Pruitt

You find the greatest fabrics!
Brenda

kathy

Sometimes washing and ironing is just a chore but it doesn't feel like a chore when you are rescuing vintage goodness like this. Oh, so pretty!!

Renee

I have no words...simply beautiful. I am in awe. I want to frame them all and put them up and down the stairway.

So happy for you.

Smiles...Renee

Danielle @ Blessed Serendipity

I love all those vintage feedsack fabrics. You definitely scored.

Danielle

Musings from Kim K.

You did so well. Those patterns are just outstanding. What a great collection.

Tina-Marie Hamilton

Wow, I LOVE these. I am interested in buying the soda fountain and the last one, log cabin, if you ever decide to sell them. Really!

Mecky

Those are just wonderful. You hit the jackpot for sure!
I love the picnic talecloth fabric!!

Kat

Those cheater feedsacks are awesome! Gotta find some. Do you know how the gingham became a classic tablecloth print? Just wondering.

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