Pillows made from vintage cotton & linen sacks in Brooklyn, NYC.
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Mid century furnitures go so well with these Linen pillows from Rags 2 Riches.
These pillows are from the 1930s until 1945. They are made from Swiss Army WW II bakery division sacks.
Most prints on American Vintage sacks were round, a left over from when there was no industrial weaving and images were printed on barrels.
Advertising was almost childlike in the the first half of the 20th century. This is why I sell them on my website under kids pillows (-;
People in England were so poor back then, they didn't even own a sack. They had to rent one.
One of my favorite mini pillow family: Made from American Vintage Feed sack. The little one is a Heat & Cold pad, which gives off the nicest warmth after microwaving it for 2.5 minutes. All covers are washable.
These pillows are made from American Vintage grain sacks . They turn more and more white with each wash.
Vintage Santa Fee Bean sack now a Rags 2 Riches pillow.
This pillow is made from an English vintage grain sack. The English made the thickest linen. Their sacks were HUGE! I wonder who had to shlep them /-;
Heat & Cold pads made from vintage bank sacks. None of them were returned to the bank as requested in the print (-: They give the best heat for at least an hour after 2.5 minutes in the microwave.
How amazing did this pillow family turn out? Vintage linen grain sack from, Germany with distressed vegan leather.
Adorable Vintage flour sack now a Rags 2 Riches pillow. This one is super rare.
Made from a vintage cotton Campbell's Soup laundry bag. Hard to find anymore. We have a few, so some can have their own authentic model Andy Warhol used in the 60s. (-;
Rags 2 Riches pillows go well in mid century style settings as well.