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July 16, 2012


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Stop it...just stop it.. You did this to tease me because of my latest bin! Good grief. I love it. You should catalog these like a book. A coffee table fabric book to just leave open and fawn over. Yes a sweet little pant suit trimmed in tiny bias tape. Or a fabric bin with a vintage Humpty Dumpty embroidered...just saying. Its okay I will fall in love with the next one too. Smiles..Renee


This was such a great idea. I love a good nursery rhyme print, and I've never seen this one -- it's beyond cute.


Oh, I think jammies, for sure!!

Gina @ VintageJunkinMyTrunk

I'm enjoying this series, even though I'm not 100% sure I know what feedsack is. What makes it different from "other" fabrics, and how can you tell the difference? Did I miss a post?

Melissa's Antiques

I'm with Gina... how are you distinguishing feedsack vs. others?


That's so pretty X 100. Jammies with red buttons might make me faint.

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

Stop apologizing, just keep showing the feedsack fabric! And please, PLEASE can you explain how to absolutely positively know if the fabric that I see on my travels is feedsack or just vintage fabric. I feel stupid, but I really can't tell!


oh man, that is a GOOD one!


This is definitely the best feedsack pattern I've ever seen! I think that tiny pajamas would be a must with this.

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