FeedSackLady

Feed Sack Lady By Diane Haines of Feed Sack Fashions

1251 Sales

FeedSackLady

Feed Sack Lady By Diane Haines of Feed Sack Fashions

1251 Sales On Etsy since 2009

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Diane

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Announcement   Feed sacks, feed bags, aprons, flour sack towels, table runners, Burlap bags, clothing and home decor line. Seasonal and Holiday feed sack items. Many of my Historic feed sack fabric & Bag designs are originals I have copy and reproduction rights to and some I have designed myself. Please browse through my shop and imagine what it was like for our ancestors 80 years ago.

You can find me on face book under FeedSackFashions

IT"S ALL IN THE FAMILY
My Sisters Two Shops: www.etsy.com/shop/Rhinestones4u and www.etsy.com/shop/VintageButtonsPlus
My Nieces Two Shops are: www.etsy.com/shop/SilverParadise
and www.etsy.com/shop/SilverParadiseJewels

Announcement

Feed sacks, feed bags, aprons, flour sack towels, table runners, Burlap bags, clothing and home decor line. Seasonal and Holiday feed sack items. Many of my Historic feed sack fabric & Bag designs are originals I have copy and reproduction rights to and some I have designed myself. Please browse through my shop and imagine what it was like for our ancestors 80 years ago.

You can find me on face book under FeedSackFashions

IT"S ALL IN THE FAMILY
My Sisters Two Shops: www.etsy.com/shop/Rhinestones4u and www.etsy.com/shop/VintageButtonsPlus
My Nieces Two Shops are: www.etsy.com/shop/SilverParadise
and www.etsy.com/shop/SilverParadiseJewels

Diane

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Professtional designer/ Crafter of a Line of Vintage Feed Sack designs reproduced on modern Fabric's and Crafts

I've been making and selling feed sack clothing and crafts for 29 years at craft shows in four states. We started marketing our own line of vintage original feed sack fabrics and novelty fabrics in 1996 which we still sell throughout the U.S.A.
After years of traveling I started looking for another way of selling close to home; craft shows are fun but hard on the body! My Sister Deb suggested that Etsy might work well for us. Willing to try another way to market our products, I started getting serious about selling on Esty in 2012 and have been very happy with the experience.
* I also design trade show samples for Roc-Lon Fabrics and once in awhile you will see me featured in a magazine teaching how to make a sewing item.
*I'm always making some thing new so check back with us often for a unique feed sack product or a one of a kind gift.
* My Textile Printing Partner that prints my designs on quality flour sack towels, aprons and tote bags is located in South West Michigan. We are proud to help keep Michigan's economy growing with this family owned and operated business.
My Larger Fabrics are printed in Kansas City Mo.
From our fabrics we make our country primitive clothing and home décor.
* My copy written fabrics used in our clothing and more are printed for us " Feed Sack Fashions" by a vintage feed bag printing company from Missouri. We believe in making and promoting made in the U.S.A. products. Keeping Americans and America at work!

Join me as we step back into the time of our Grand Mothers Era. You can follow me on Pinterest (Feed Sack Fashions or Diane Haines)
or on Facebook under Feed Sack Fashions.
https://www.facebook.com/feedsackfashions


- The Feed Sack Lady (Diane Haines)

My Sisters Two Shops: www.etsy.com/shop/Rhinestones4u and www.etsy.com/shop/VintageButtonsPlus

My Nieces Two Shops are: www.etsy.com/shop/SilverParadise
and www.etsy.com/shop/SilverParadiseJewels

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  • Diane Haines A.K.A. The Feed Sack Lady

    Owner, Maker, Designer, Curator, Wife, Mother, And Grandma. Design Trade Show Samples For Roc-Lon Fabrics And Myself!

    I started sewing at 5. Taught by my Mom Jane who was a 4-H sewing teacher in the late 1960's. I started machine sewing at 7. I was a shy little country girl and expressed myself through sewing. Now I have my own line of fabrics and Crafts!

Manufacturers
  • Textile printer #2

    Missouri, United States

    Textile fabric printer. Our bag and fabric printer has been in business over 80 years. Printing many of the historical vintage feed bags from the depression era. They print my larger fabrics for me in the historic way of vintage bags in our past.

  • ScreenTextile printing partner #1

    Michigan, United States

    This family owned and operated screen printing company prints some of my smaller fabrics, feed sacks, aprons and totes. I work with them in the shop choosing ink colors, fabric choices, the printing process, graphics and my designs.

Shop policies

Last updated on September 22, 2014
Welcome to Feed Sack Fashions where you will find many unique feed sack products for your country and vintage home.
Step back in time and enjoy our products and the history shared through our Historic vintage re-produced items. Many are original historic feed bag designs printed on modern quality fabrics and towels.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Payment
I accept credit cards through PayPal and Etsy Direct Checkout.
Shipping
I ship First Class U.S.P.S
to the United States.
Priority mail for larger items.
Refunds and Exchanges
I do not offer refunds and exchanges custom orders,towels, mini bags, pillows, wall quilts or table runners, purses or any home dec products.
I will offer exchanges of clothing on a case by case bases. If you have any questions feel free to e-mail or convo me.
You will be responsible for all shipping costs on exchanges. Our items are Unique, very good quality and sold at affordable prices.
Items that come with free shipping will have a shipping charge if returned or exchanged.
Please contact me before shipping any item back to us.
If you are un-happy with your purchased item I will do what I can to make it right.
Additional policies and FAQs
Custom orders are not re-fundable since they were made custom for you. Please be sure of sizes and measurements.