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feed sack & vintage quilts

feed sack & vintage quilts

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lace quilt.

A bit of Lace and A dash of Velvet

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Lace patchwork - This idea would look nice on a memory quilt with old photos, alternating photos and lace, and leaving the blocks between them for quilting. It would make a great gift for mom and dad.

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What I did with all that Lace!

**My Desert Cottage**: What I did with all that Lace!

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Look what I found on Ebay............

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Crazy quilt fandango series.

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Patriotic

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craft ideas to recycle jeans and leather labels for floor carpets, poufs, curtains, decorative pillows and home organizers

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I ❤ crazy quilting, beading & embroidery . . . I dropped the button box crazy quilt block ~By Sharon B

I dropped the button box quilt - crazy quilt block

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cute saying

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#9 "Bonnet Girl Relatives & Friends" Fran $6.50. Fran is holding borderie perse flowers. Her bonnet covers embroidery floss hair. The shadow appliqué technique found in the Ladies Day Out book was used to do the butterflies.

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貝田明美材料包 吹泡泡的蘇姑娘

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Jessica from class.JPG 339×571 пикс

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sunbonnet Sue.

Ulla's Quilt World: Sue Bonnet quilt - wall hanging

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Love the quilting!

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love the stitching

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Isn't this the cutest!

Heirlooms by Ashton House: MORE DECORATING WITH QUILTS

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hettie brown

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If the word "feedsack" conjures up thoughts of burlap, then you probably weren't around before 1960. From the mid 1920s through the beginning of the 1960s, products bought in bulk were packaged in colorful sacks made from cotton. And even though they are collectively referred to as feedsacks, the most common products packaged in the sacks were flour and sugar. In many areas, the fabric was referred to as "chicken linen."

Feedsacks Feedsack Fabric, Fuzzylizzie Vintage

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1930's Dresden Plate Quilt

machinequilter: Happy Mother's Day

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Newport Nebraska ... hauling feedsacks

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1930s-40s flour sack quilt

Pearl the Squirrel: Antique quilts from Kalona

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The Poem Farm: Quilt Map & Spark 18!

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great colors

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color!

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colors

Christine Chitnis

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