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Here are 16 vintage feedsack squares, perfect for quilting and sewing projects, with big bursts of red - some all red, some with vibrant red accents. There's a mix of geometrics and florals, and a variety of accent colors, from soft blue and gray to cheerful yellow. The squares are from the 1940s and 1950s, give or take a year or two, and all are authentic feedsack - no reproduction fabrics. No two are the same. The first photo is kind of an overall look, and the other four photos show each square.

I was thrilled to buy a large feedsack collection at an auction this spring. The squares were washed and cut by the original owner. They are clean and free of stains and spots. They have been in storage for a while, though, so there may be some lint or dust that isn't visible (I mention this only if you have allergies).

These squares will give an authentic vintage look to any of your sewing projects, and there's no fabric nicer to work with than feedsack.

Buying more than one set? I'm always happy to combine shipping. Buying lots? I'll add 10 more squares on any orders over $50. (I'll choose them at random, but they'll all be top quality and pretty - no uglies!) Note to international customers - I can fit six sets into a flat-rate box ($16.95) if you don't mind them being a little squished together.

Thanks for looking!

16 vintage feedsack 6-inch squares from the 1940s-1950s in red


  • Vintage item from the 1940s
  • Materials: fabric, cotton
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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