What I am going to share with you today is a feed sack that is pre-made into an apron. It came filled with feed, but when the sack was emptied, the stitching could be ripped easily and the sack became a ready-made apron. In the picture above you can see the sack as a complete sack. I don't know where this sack came from , but it seems never to have been used. There is no sign that it ever contained feed. The sack is still in tact as a sack. You can see the apron "strings" at the bottom which when stitching is removed, became the top of the apron. The label is glued on, but would remove very easily. The decorative top of the sack would eventually be the bottom of the apron.
A close up of the label reveals it's intent and take note of the neat fabric. The motif looks like a skein of embroidery floss along with a tiny flower.
Here you can see the large stitching that would be removed to make it possible to use it as an an apron.
I searched the internet for such a feed sack apron, but was unsuccessful. Of course there are many aprons made with feed sacks and it is hard to search without having to sift through it all.
If you have seen one of these or not. I would love to hear of your experience in the form of a comment.
Thanks--and see you tomorrow for SunBonnet Sunday.