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July 15, 2012

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Renee

First thing I did was look in the shop window....dang it. I want the whole bolt. I miss that clean geometric pattern of these old feed sacks and the feel of them. You really cannot beat the way they iron or sew. Now go forth and find the rest of this...please! Smiles...Renee

Linda Ruthie

I hope you won't run out for a long time. I look forward to seeing all of these. I would love to have whole feedsacks to make aprons with. So far I have only purchased one print (that was a bargain) and made an apron for myself, using a vintage sewing pattern, of course.
I occasionally find vintage fabric when I go junking, but never feedsacks. I must be looking in all the wrong places. ☺
Linda Ruthie

Martha

Thank you! I am looking forward to many months of feedsack love.

whit

I am thinking this is the beginning of your career as an author of an encyclopedia on feedsack patterns. With your wit and charming writing style, i know i'd buy it. :)

Kathy

I think this is a great idea! We (or at least I) don't see a lot of feedsack around here so this is a great way for me to learn to recognize it.

Kat

I agree with Kathy (above commenter). I'm going to use these posts as a learning experience and can't wait for you to start. I also agree that you could write a book or five on feedsack that would sell pronto! Thanks, Barb!

Lisa W.

I will be watching !

Tina

That's really pretty! :)

Sorry, I'm a smarty pants.

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