Saturday, July 4, 2015
I MAY BE THE ONLY ONE WHO WORE DRESSES MADE FROM FLOUR SACKS
The 1930's Flour Sack by Colleen B. Hubert In that long ago time when things were saved, when roads were graveled and barrels were staved and there were no plastic wrap or bags, and the well and the pump were way out back, a versatile item, was the flour sack. Pillsbury's best, mother's and gold medal, too stamped their names proudly in purple and blue. The string sewn on top was pulled and kept the flour emptied and spills were swept. The bag was folded and stored in a sack That durable,... Sign in
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