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By (author) Lucy Fetterhoff. Format Book 154 pages. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window). Dimensions 13. x 20. x 1. mm 20. 2g. Publication date 01 Aug 2001.
My interest in the 1920s blossomed when I decided to write a vampire novel that takes place in my hometown in 1923. ETA- The book is still a work in progress but I hope to start querying agents with it early next year
My interest in the 1920s blossomed when I decided to write a vampire novel that takes place in my hometown in 1923. ETA- The book is still a work in progress but I hope to start querying agents with it early next year. The coat I’m wearing is from the 1920s and was a lucky find.
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A flour sack or flour bag is a cloth sack, usually made of cheap cotton, used to store flour. Flour sacks are often printed with simple designs and trademarks to indicate the millers and companies making or selling the flour. Various place names were named after flour sacks, since they were so ubiquitous in so many cultures.
During the Depression people used cotton flour bags and feed sacks to make clothes, curtains, diapers, awnings and other household items. Color and patterns added a little style and joy to the common sack dress.
Dec 22, 2017- Famous books of the 1920s with emphasis on the first half of the decade.
A photo of Reuel Colt Gridley, who became famous in the United States in 1864 by repeatedly selling a sack of flour to raise money for the "Sanitary Fund" (to help wounded . This picture was reportedly published in Harper's Weekly in 1865.
Antique Tulip Flour Sack Quilt 1940’s. Antique French beautiful homespun slubby chanvre linen feed flour sack c1840s. Antique american 1920s vintage old feed sack patchwork quilt flour sack back. Shipping not specified.
This listing is for a black and white copy reproduction of my original book or booklet ~ Practical Articles you Can Make From Flour Sacks. There are no patterns included in the book. I am guessing that this booklet may date to 1928 as there is one quilting page that is entitled The 1928 Baby Bunting. This historical reference contains various items which can be made using cotton feedsacks (bags). Some examples in this booklet are how to make toys, aprons, children's clothing, baby quilts, Christmas gifts, table linens and much more