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This upcycled hoodie was made from so many different materials, all with pasts of their own. The hood, sleeves, and pocket are all made from the softest tablecloth I have ever felt! The lace that is quilted and appliqued onto the front and back is reused froma church located out here in Vermont. The feedsack-signature quilt block  is from a set reaching around the United States, all from 1939-1941, utilizing cotton feedsacks as the printed material. This embroidered signature belongs to "Annie James" from Oroville, California.These feedsack fabrics are coveted around the quilting community for their unique artistitic patterns and softness. As they were used for feedsacks and clothes, many fabrics have not survived the years, but luckily these are in pristine condition!  The rest of the hoodie is made from a white cotton blend. Unfortunately when working with reused materials its hard to avoid stains, there is one very light stain located on the lace on the back as photographed. Fits like an XXL

Lace & Feedsack Hoodie

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