Fascinating story from way back in the 1930s – you know how we love a good upcycling story – and this one harks back to pre 2nd World War – inspiring stuff!
As poverty spread – the flour mills discovered that parents were making clothes for their children, dishcloths and nappies, with the cloth sacks that the flour was sold in.
The mills started using flowered fabric – how incredible is that? The sacks were printed with bright, colorful designs, and also patterns for soft toys.
Read more here on the KindnessBlog and check out some of the amazing fabrics – just wonderful – Flour Sack upcycle!