Feedsacks, flour sacks, and sugar sacks have been popular for creating quilts, garments and sewn household items from the 1800s through the 1960s. Made of strong, durable 200 thread count cotton, the sacks came in a variety of colors and patterns. Today, fabric manufacturers are offering reproduction fabrics true to vintage sack material designs.
Sugar Sack Quilts contains a comprehensive overview of feed sacks produced between 1930 and 1960. Hailey also offers 12 modern designs for coordinating projects, from bed quilts to wall hangings. This book also contains a fascinating combination of historic information and quilting projects for a great value.Über den Autor:
Glenna Hailey began quilting over 20 years ago. She first opened her Website to sell goods and she began traveling to quilt shows. When she couldn't find enough patterns to make with feed sacks, she started designing her own.
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