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Thread: So far with Vintage Feed sacks..

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    Senior Member kele's Avatar
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    It looks so soft and pretty. Lovely!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chips88 View Post
    i love vintage . anything vintage. fabrics.etc..
    Me Too & I have a house full

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    Very pretty quilt.
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    Oh my gosh I love it. So pretty.
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    Very nice, I love the old feedsacks. Unfortunately when I come across them they are at least $18.00 up. I do know they have reproduction fabric available but it is especially great to have the original.

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    I love the vintage as well! What a wonderful quilt! Would be cool to run across a few of those feedsacks for sure. Maybe Ebay?
    From the artist formerly known as Missus Fear...Hi, my name is Tracy and I am a hobbyaholic.
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    Susan I just love to see feed sack quilts. When my dad was growing up he and his siblings had quilts made from feed sacks that his mother made them. He never did end up with any of her quilts so a few years ago I ordered feedsacks on the internet until I had enough and then I made him a quilt. I did a triple irish chain and muslin. I told him this was a feed sack quilt from his daughter instead of his mother, not quite the same but he loved it. Yours is beautiful!!

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    That is gorgeous! I love the feedsack quilts!

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    This is going to be a great quilt when completed. Love it

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