Vintage Stripe Sewing Sack 18"X9.5"

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Vintage Stripe Sewing Sack 18"X9.5"

Red Stripe W/Red Rickrack Trim - View Complete Details

Product Number: NOTM423681

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Vintage Stripe Sewing Sack 18"X9.5" - AUNT MARTHA-Vintage Stripe 100% Cotton Sewing Sack. This special sack is fashioned from replica toweling fabric that was found in many kitchens during the 1930s to the 1950s. Use this sack to store sewing, knitting, embroidery and craft supplies. It can also be used to store table linens, silverware, produce, spices, make-up, and toiletries. This package contains one 9-1/2x18in sack with red stripes and rick rack trim as well as a white button closure. Care: machine wash and tumble dry. Imported.

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So retro!


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