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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!


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!!


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.


Danielle @ Blessed Serendipity

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


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!


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


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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