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Thread: Guess what these are?

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    Super Member NikkiLu's Avatar
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    I bought these at a garage sale a few years ago - still don't know what to do with them - they are the ends of the bolts of FEED SACKS from when they sewed up feedsacks for animal feed at some factory? They are pristine - very nice smooth fabric - pinked edges. The one has a striped design and it is VERY straight. Just put them in a bag and weighed them - almost 10 pounds!
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    Very Nice!!! The right pattern will come along for these beauties :wink:

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    Wow, you hit the jackpot!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewjoyce
    Wow, you hit the jackpot!! :D
    cool!!

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    :mrgreen: Nice :mrgreen: How lucky for you :thumbup:

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    Awesome!

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    Cool... :)

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    Licky you. They are cool.

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    awesome, you will have fun with them, do you know what you are going to make with them?

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    So pretty. I can't wait to see what you decide to do with them.

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    Awesome! They'd be great for a log cabin.

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    One of these days you'll see a pattern and thing WOW I have just the fabric for that!

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    Lucky you!! You'll find the right pattern for them sometime!

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    The big roll on the left looks very much like some fabric my mom used back when I was in school to make shoe bags for keeping your shoes separate from your clothes in your suitcase.

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    That's alot of fabric. Have fun doing whatever.

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    Lucky you!

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    Lucky you!

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    Lucky you!!! I see a 30's/40's quilt top in your future, I must be psychic. LOL

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    Those are pretty! I have never sewn with feed sacks, but they are very popular! google "feed sack quilts" to give you an idea!

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    Eleanor Burns Eggmoney pattern book has a LOT of quilts for that era fabric.

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